Bnot Yaakov

Horvah East of the Bnot Yaaqov bridge, Kfar Yaakov

Jewish

Geographic Details

Golan

33.01060684144672     35.63271760940552     Open the map in a new window

More Geographic Info: www.latlong.net/c/?lat=33.01060684144672&long=35.63271760940552

Archaeological Evidences

Late Roman and/or Byzantnine

Dan Urman (1970)

A rectangular structure built of ashlars. Remains of columns, bases and capitals.

No entrance. Inside an active minefield.

Selected Bibliography
  1. Urman, D. "Public Structures And Jewish Communities In The Golan Heights" in Ancient Synagogues. ed. D. Urman and P. Flesher, Leiden, 1995: 434-435.
Photos, Plans and Links

Architectural fragments in Synagoue site IAA survey (see link below) map 18 site 114 fig. 2, courtesy of Yossi Stephanski and the Israel Antiquities Authority © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Architectural fragments in Synagoue site IAA survey (see link below) map 18 site 114 fig. 2, courtesy of Yossi Stephanski and the Israel Antiquities Authority

Doric capital IAA survey (see link below) map 18 site 114 fig. 4 , courtesy of Yossi Stephanski and the Israel Antiquties Authority © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Doric capital IAA survey (see link below) map 18 site 114 fig. 4 , courtesy of Yossi Stephanski and the Israel Antiquties Authority

Schematic plan Ilan 1991: 70, courtesy of Almoga Ilan © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Schematic plan Ilan 1991: 70, courtesy of Almoga Ilan

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