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Biblical archaeology, archaeology of the southern levant, old israel

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Wien 2005; M. htm; R. Thyrza Sparks, PEQ 137 (2005), 23–29. ‘ANAB EL-KEBIR THE SITE Khirbet ‘Anab el-Kebir lies about 5 km southwest of the town of Dhahirieh in the southwestern Hebron Hills. The site should be identified with ‘Anab in the territory of the tribe of Judah (Jos. 15:50), and with ‘Ανάβ, which is listed in the Onomasticon of Eusebius as a village on the border of Beth Guvrin. The ruins extend around the summit at roughly 600 m above sea level and consist of building remains, hewn caves, water cisterns, and various agricultural installations.

Studies: D. Milson, Jahrbuch des Deutschen Evangelischen Instituts für Altertumswissenschaft des Heiligen Landes 2 (1990), 15–21; D. Asael, ESI 10 (1991), 40–42; M. , BAT II, Jerusalem 1993, 53–55; T. , Symbiosis, Symbolism, and the Power of the Past, Winona Lake, IN 2003, 189–213; id. (& A. Zukerman), BASOR 333 (2004), 1–54; P. Daviau, Houses, Sheffield 1993, 312–317; N. , Studies in the Archaeology of the Iron Age in Israel and Jordan, Sheffield 2001, 260–261; J. , Archaeometry 36 (1994), 227–239; W.

40 m, attest to its importance. The lower story, in the original phase, had a polygonal outer form with a straight wall on the west from which a pentagonal tower emerged. At a later phase, external reinforcement in the form of a talus was added to the two inner corners and the structure was given a squared Crusader fortress in an aerial photograph taken in June 2000, looking northwest. 50 m wide, with a floor sloping down toward the west. This floor consists of rough mortar mixed with stones and appears to have been the main passage between the courtyard of the fortress and the structural elements of its western wing and the port below.

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