Tell Abu Hawam

Tell Abu Hawam in Wikipedia

Tell Abu Hawam was a small city established in the Late Bronze Age (14th Century BCE) on the site of Modern-day Haifa, Israel. The sixth century BCE geographer Scylax described the city as being located "between the bay and the promontory of Zeus (Currently Mount Carmel)". It existed as a port city and a fishing village, and was moved to the site south of what is now the neighborhood of Bat Galim. The city eventually expanded into what is now the city of Haifa.

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Tell Abu Hawam in ArchaeoWiki

Tell Abu Hawam is an important archaeological site that represents the remains of a diverse settlement site and trading entrepĂ´t of the Late Bronze Age period, located just north of the Carmel Ridge on the Akko Plain in present-day Israel.

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