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    Eastern defense tower of the fortifications, palace of King Ahab in Samaria, capital of the northern kingdom Israel until the conquest by the Assyrians in 723 BCE.

    08-03-02/64

    A tower in the fortifications of Samaria (Shomron), capital of the northern Kingdom of Israel after King Omri abandoned his former capital Tirza. Omri's son Ahab and Jezebel, his wife, built a temple for Baal in Samaria (I Kings 22:39)

    08-04-02/68

    Small pool, or tower base, inside the grounds of the palace of King Ahab in Samaria, capital of the northern kingdom Israel until the conquest by the Assyrians in 723 BCE.

    08-03-02/62

    View with olive trees from the hill of Samaria. Samaria was the capital of Israel, the northern kingdom until the Assyrian conquest in 723 BCE.

    08-03-02/58

    The Hill of Schemer: Samaria. Here King Omri and his son King Ahab built Samaria, the capital of the northern kingdom until the Assyrian conquest in 723 BCE.

    08-03-02/59

    The walls of Samaria (Shomron), capital of the Northern Kingdom of Israel. King Omri bought the hill from a man named Shemer (hence Shomron) when he abandoned his former capital Tirza. Omri's son Ahab and Jezebel, his wife, built a temple to Baal at Samaria (I Kings 22:39)

    08-04-02/66

    View from the Jordan Valley, Israel, towards the mountains of Samaria. The city of Samaria (Shomron) was founded by King Omri in 880 BCE, as capital of the Northern Kingdom.

    08-04-02/21

    Stonemasonry wall of the Palace of King Ahab, Samaria, capital of the northern kingdom Israel until the Assyrian Conquest in 723 BCE.

    08-03-02/60

    Western fortification wall the palace of King Ahab in Samaria, capital of the northern kingdom Israel, destroyed during the siege of the city by the Assyrians (723 BCE).

    08-03-02/63

    Western gate of Sebaste (Samaria), built by Herod the Great (37-4 BCE).

    08-03-02/65

    The olive groves of Samaria, Israel, originally the territory of the tribes of Ephraim and Manasse, famous for grapevines and olives. King Omri chose its main city, Samaria (Shomron), as capital for Israel, the Northern Kingdom.

    08-04-02/65

    Stonemasonry wall of the palace of King Ahab in Samaria, capital of the northern kingdom Israel until the conquest by the Assyrians in 723 BCE.

    08-03-02/61

    The walls of Samaria (Shomron), capital of the Northern Kingdom of Israel. King Omri bought the hill from a man named Shemer (hence Shomron) when he abandoned his former capital Tirza. Omri's son Ahab and Jezebel, his wife, built a temple to Baal at Samaria (I Kings 22:39)

    08-04-02/67

    Western gate and wall of Sebaste (Samaria), built by Herod the Great (37-4 BCE).

    08-03-02/66

    Remains of colonnade of the Roman Forum in Samaria. Original structure of the forum from the time of Herod the Great (37-4 BCE). Pillars probably built in the time of Septimus Severus (193-211 CE).

    08-03-02/68

    Stairs of the Augustean temple of Samaria (Sebaste), Israel, built by Herod the Great.

    08-03-03/51

    Stairs leading up to the Temple of Augustus in Sebaste (Samaria), built by Herod the Great (37-4 BCE) when the city was namend Sebaste.

    08-03-02/67

    Thornbushes in the ruins of Samaria (Shomron), the former capital of the northern Kingdom of Israel. King Omri moved his capital here from Tirza. Omri's son Ahab and Jezebel, his wife, built a temple for Baal in Samaria (I Kings 22:39).

    08-04-02/69

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