HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN TOWERS ON THE NORTH RISE, TEL ZEROR

@inproceedings{Ogawa1984HELLENISTICAR,
  title={HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN TOWERS ON THE NORTH RISE, TEL ZEROR},
  author={Hideo Ogawa},
  year={1984}
}
The first, second, and third season's excavations by the Japanese Expedition to Tel Zeror, Isreal, were conducted in 1965-1967.(1) At this time massive stone foundations were discovered on the summit of the north mound about thirty-five meters above sea level.(2) They are thought to represent the building complex with the highest elevation at Tel Zeror.(3) When the first small section of this complex was excavated in 1965 it was named the "Hellenistic Building" (Towers A and B in this article… 
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