Artifacts Recovered From Tel Dor’s Two Harbors
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
HAIFA, ISRAEL—Students from Haifa University are looking for evidence of two harbors at Tel Dor. The first harbor, used during the Bronze Age and the Iron Age, seems to have been located in Tel Dor’s south bay. There, archaeologists have found stone anchors and pottery. In Tel Dor’s north bay, they have found pottery from the Persian period along with stone anchors, and artifacts from the Roman and Crusader periods.
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