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$250,000 are to be spent to imrove visitors facilities at the Roman-Byzantine citiy of Beit Shean over the winter months. The ancient town is becioming one of the most spectacular archaeological site in Israel as excavations, which have been going on for the past five years, have been revealed the most complete Roman Theatre ever discovered in Israel with accomodation for 2,400 people. Beit Shean is more than 5,000 years old and the Roman level of the City dates from the 2nd century C.E. The city was destroyed by a massive earthquake in the year 749C.E. Photo shows: the remains of the ancient Roman Theatre at Beit Shean became an atractive site for the local and foreign tourists.

Creation Date 1990
Genre negative
Notes File Record
המידע אודות התצלום נמסר על ידי יוצר האוסף, מר דן הדני
Additional Place צולם בתאריך: 25 בספטמבר 1990
Format 1 photograph : color
35 mm..
Host Item ארכיון דן הדני.
Language No linguistic content
Call Number ARC. 4* 1995 27 19750 29
System Number 990040302830205171

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