Other Name: Beit Lavi
Religion: Jewish

Archaeological Evidences

Period: Late Roman and/or Byzantine
Excavation: Unexcavated
Selected Surveyors: Zvi Maoz and Ron Lavi (1979)
Main Finds: Southern wall with preserved entrance made of basalt ashlar. Architectural elements. Stone with lion and inscription.
Inscriptions: Aramaic or Hebrew, but not deciphered (Urman 1995: 503) .
Site Condition: Inside active military firing zone. The stone with a lion and inscription is at Midreshet HaGolan in Hispin.
Lintel with Lion Ornament and Inscription. Courtesy of Eran Meir.

Geographic Details

Geographical Region: Golan

Selected Bibliography

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