Ashqelon

Other Name: Ashkelon
Religion: Jewish

Archaeological Evidences

Period: Late Roman and/or Byzantnine
Excavation: Unexcavated
Selected Surveyors: Charles Clermont-Ganneau (1878)
Main Findes: Four inscriptions were found at different times. There is a marble chancel with Menorah and Greek inscriptions.
Inscriptions: Greek (CIIP III: no. 2321, 2322), Aramaic (CIIP III: 2323), Hebrew (CIIP III: 2324)
Site Condition: For the current location of the different inscriptions see CIIP III.

Geographic Details

Geographical Region: Coastal Plain
Unnamed Road, Ashkelon, Israel