Qasabiyye

Religion: Jewish

Archaeological Evidences

Period: Late Roman and/or Byzantine
Excavation: Unexcavated
Selected Surveyors: Shmuel Bar-lev and Moshe Hartal (1971), Zvi Ilan (1974, 1986)
Main Finds: Many stones of a public building. Menorah, stone fragments with eagle (2 different stones), and head of a bull. Possibly the remains of a building (Urman and Flescher 1995: 484-485)
Characters: Menorah
Site Condition: many architectural fragments are at the The Golan Antiquities Museum in Katzrin. One eagle is at Midreshet Hagolan at Hispin. The bull head is at Ramat ha-Sharon.

Geographic Details

Geographical Region: Golan
108, Kahal, Israel
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