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Female Figurine from Gezer, Israel sheet-gold, height 4 inches (10 cm) 16th century BCE (Israel Museum, Jerusalem)

Female Figurine from Gezer, Israel sheet-gold, height 4 inches (10 cm) 16th century BCE (Israel Museum, Jerusalem)

Where Did the Philistines Come From? This nearly 4-foot-tall, two-horned altar from the site of Tell es-Safi (Gath of the Philistines) suggests the origins of the Philistines are to be sought in the Aegean world.

Where Did the Philistines Come From? This nearly 4-foot-tall, two-horned altar from the site of Tell es-Safi (Gath of the Philistines) suggests the origins of the Philistines are to be sought in the Aegean world.

In Canaan, like elsewhere in the region, the people went on to develop an advanced civilization.They had writing, mathematics and a calendar, they also became great artisans, creating beautiful works of art. The main cities of Canaan were Jericho, Ugarit, Tyre, Sidon, Ebla, Biblos, Lachish, Hazor, Megiddo, Jerusalem and later, the North-African Phoenician settlement of Carthag

In Canaan, like elsewhere in the region, the people went on to develop an advanced civilization.They had writing, mathematics and a calendar, they also became great artisans, creating beautiful works of art. The main cities of Canaan were Jericho, Ugarit, Tyre, Sidon, Ebla, Biblos, Lachish, Hazor, Megiddo, Jerusalem and later, the North-African Phoenician settlement of Carthag

This is a golden ring inscribed with Hittite Luffic Hieroglyphic script. It reads: “The free woman.” Syria, 2000-1000 B.C.

This is a golden ring inscribed with Hittite Luffic Hieroglyphic script. It reads: “The free woman.” Syria, 2000-1000 B.C.

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