|► Israel, Central District (Petach Tikva), Rosh Ha'ayin — The Egyptian Governor's Residence —|
|This is the most complete of the six Late Bronze Age (Canaanite), 1550-1200 B.C.E. palaces excavated at Afeq. The ground floor is preserved in its entirety, while the stairway testifies to the existence of the now-destroyed upper storeys. . . . — — Map (db m64406) HM|
|► Israel, Central District (Petach Tikva), Rosh Ha'ayin — The Roman Cardo — הקארדו הרומי —|
|A remnant of the main street of the Roman city of Antipatris. "Cardo" is the name for the main north-south street of a Roman-era city. Shops lined the Cardo, and at its center it was connected to the Forum, the city's central square. Grooves can be . . . — — Map (db m64445) HM|
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May. 26, 2020