Ar Megiddo

Ar Megiddo, or Armageddon, the mountain above the valley, is actually a Tel. This means it is a mountain not by nature, but because of layers of civilizations building on top of each other. This tel has more than 25 layers, going all the way back to the Cananites!

Here are the gates of the city built by King Solomon:

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The palm trees are from excavators spitting out their date seeds!

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This is an altar from the same people as those Abraham moved away from because they were sacrificing children:

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More pictures:

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Horse stables, with the stone mangers like the one in which Jesus was laid:

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