Armon Yam Hotel
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... temple or shrine directed to welcome the rays of the sun. So often it comes down to the solar origin of religious tradition, even Judaism, which bases its ritual cycles on the moon.
“Yes,” Zev said, “And churches are usually oriented towards the west. But when you leave the Church of the Holy Sepulchre through the main east entrance, after you do the all-night vigil there, you encounter the rising sun.”
... were occasionally filled with water for the purpose. We took the time to reenact an IBEX the Herd gladiator competition and had a lot of fun team wrestling.
Not too far away, at Beit Guvrim National Park, we explored a Columbarium, Tell Maresha, an ancient house, the Bell Caves, and a burial cave. The columbarium was gigantic and housed upwards of 2,000 pigeons for the purposes of food, fertilizer, and sacrifices. Tell Maresha also goes ...
... fill covering it and then began to trace. The floor is just so messed up. The real floor had been overrun with water, clay, ash and debris and that have us great difficultly. At first we were trying the find the floor but were then told not to removed the things that had settled on it, not the fill but the other stuff. So we did this to what we had left to ...
... it in a bucket to act like a speaker. However, someone accidentally filled it with dirt and I suddenly realized that there was no music. I asked around and we figured out that someone had filled the bucket. We started listening to buckets and dumped the dirt out of some. Soon we found it and it wash;t damaged.
We had a few people out sick today unfortunately, I hope it doesn't spread. After lunch Alanna and I went to the Russian market. ...
... places and hey, I like this private tour guide thing I got going! LOL I had heard about "the dig" and I don't mind getting my hands dirty, so off we went.
A little background (the teacher in me can't help herself) The tel is southwest of Jerusalem and a little north of Kiryat Gat. Again I have to depend on maps
Back in the day, the town of Maresha was the ...