Ethri

Horvat ‘Ethri, Horvat Itri

Jewish

Geographic Details

Judea

31.64899755372436     34.9724543094635     Open the map in a new window

More Geographic Info: www.latlong.net/c/?lat=31.64899755372436&long=34.9724543094635

Archaeological Evidences

Early Roman

Boaz Zissu and Amir Ganor (1999-2000)

Broad house, three columns on pedestals, bench outside the broad house

Open to the public

Selected Bibliography
  1. Zissu, B. and Ganor, A. "Ethri, Horvat" in The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land. Supplementary Volume, 2008: 1735-1737.
  2. Zissu, B. and Ganor, A. "Horvat 'Ethri – A Jewish Village from the Second Temple Period and the Bar Kokhba Revolt in the Judean Foothills" Journal of Jewish Studies LX, 2009: 90-136.
  3. Zissu, B. and Ganor, A. "Horvat 'Ethri - The ruins of a Second Temple Period Jewish Village on the Coastal Plain" Qadmoniot 123, 2002: 18-27, (Hebrew).
Photos, Plans and Links

Aerial photo, courtesy of Boaz Zissu © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Aerial photo, courtesy of Boaz Zissu

Courtesy of Boaz Zissu © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Courtesy of Boaz Zissu

Plan drawn by Vadim Asman and Natalia Zak Israel Antiquties Authority, courtesy of Boaz Zissu and Amir Ganor

 © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

עתרי-תוכנית | Plan drawn by Vadim Asman and Natalia Zak Israel Antiquties Authority, courtesy of Boaz Zissu and Amir Ganor

Isometric reconstruction drawn by Rachel Graff, Zissu and Ganor 2002: 22, courtesy of Boaz Zissu, Amir Ganor and the Israeli Exploration Society © <i> synagogues.kinneret.ac.il </i>

Isometric reconstruction drawn by Rachel Graff, Zissu and Ganor 2002: 22, courtesy of Boaz Zissu, Amir Ganor and the Israeli Exploration Society

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