Other Name: Khirbet Qaisun
Religion: Jewish

Archaeological Evidences:

Period: Late Roman and/or Byzantine
Excavation: Excavated
Excavators: Rachel Hachlili and Ann E. Killebrew (1992, 1997)
Main Finds: A Greek inscription of Jewish origin dedicated to the emperor. Remains of a public building. Architectural fragments. There is a debate on the identification of the building: 1) synagogue 2) a building dedicated to the Emperor, built by Jews 3) A temple built by Jewish priests
Inscriptions: Greek
Site Condition: Inside military firing zone

Geographic Details

Geographical Region: Upper Galilee
Longitude: 35.539683
Latitude: 33.043356
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