Kfar Hananya

Other Name: Kefar Hananya
Religion: Jewish

Archaeological Evidences:

Period: Late Roman and/or Byzantine
Excavation: Unexcavated
Selected Surveyors: Joseph Braslavy (1933), Zvi Ilan (1979-1989)
Main Finds: Walls of public building. Architectural elements. Bronze lamp with inscription may have come from synagogue (Ilan 1991: 154). Possibly another public structure on the southwest of the village may be a synagogue.
Inscriptions: Aramaic (Naveh 1978: 34-36)
Schematic plan Ilan 1991: 153, courtesy of Almoga Ilan

Geographic Details

Geographical Region: Upper Galilee
85, Israel

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