Beit Lehi, an archeological dig in Israel. The Ancient site of Beit Lehi (Hebrew: Beit Loya) is located in the eastern part of the Lachish region of Judea. It was first discovered in 1961 when writing on cave walls was found dating to 600 B.
*ISRAEL ~ Herod had several private bathhouses built at Masada. The heavy floor was supported on 200 pillars. Outside the room, a furnace would send hot air under the floor, creating steam.
Megalithic Jerusalem: How Old Is This City
The Western Stone of the Western Wall in Jerusalem has a length of metres ft.) and an estimated width of between metres ft.) and metres Estimates place it's weight at 570 short tons long tons)
This one I have actually seen in real life! The cliff-hanging St. George’s Monastery in Israel. Photographed by Philip Bloom during a visit to Wadi Qelt for CNN’s new show The Wonder List with Bill Weir – Sundays at ET on CNN, starting March 2015
Roman ruins, with underfloor heating, Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, UK These long ago people knew how to heat the water in the baths.
Qunram Israel site of the dead sea scrolls
Ophel - Jerusalem: The Hebrew term Ophel in the topographical sense means prominent hill or promontory. The scriptural indications taken with the comments of Josephus locate Ophel at the SE corner of Moriah.
Tomb Of King Herod Discovered At Herodium
Most scholars had assumed King Herod the Great, who ruled Judea between 37 and 4 B., was buried at the Herodium complex in the mountains south of Jerusalem. But his final resting place remained a mystery until when archaeologists uncovered Herod's
Stunning find from time of Jesus-Archaeologists think this site in Magdala, Israel, is the remains of a first century synagogue.
Ancient Roman sarcophagi discovered by chance next to Rome's football stadium
Archeologists have uncovered two ancient Roman burial sites behind a major contemporary sports facility.
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Masada is such a great place. If you have not visited the dead sea and Masada you have missed an important part of Israel.
Tomb of Lazarus -- Israel, It is located in the West Bank town of al-Eizariya, traditionally identified as the Biblical village of Bethany, on the southeast slope of the Mount of Olives, some miles east of Jerusalem.