Driving east to the Beit She ‘an Valley, our first stop would be Beit She ‘an, will go through the Roman history, and the Roman City, bringing history back to life.
The Roman theater – the 7000-seat theater was built at the end of the 2nd century CE The reconstructed cardo. The street is 150 m long.
The Roman temple the ruins of a large temple. Four huge columns of the facade collapsed in the 749 earthquakes.
The Basilica was built in the Byzantine period and was an open market surrounded by porticos.
The Roman temple was built in front of the nympheum,
Valley Street – close to the Basilica was an intersection at which three of the city’s main streets met.
The popular archaeological park is located at a strategic entrance through the eastern Carmel hills
The site important City once flourished during the Canaanite, and Israelite Kingdom periods, and mentioned in the Old Testament, and played an important role in the history of Biblical Israel. Times. Jewish history began about 4,000 years ago. (17th century BCE)