Eilat Region: dwelling and sanctuary sites from the Neolithic period to the Early Bronze Age.
Sha‘ar ha-Golan: clay figurines of females with coffee-bean eyes, Pottery Neolithic period.
Tel Esur: Early Bronze Age IA elliptical buildings and Late Chalcolithic rectangular buildings.
Peqi‘in Cave: clay artifacts from the Chalcolithic period.
Ashkelon: inner side of the mud-brick arched city gate of the Middle Bronze Age. Inset: falcon vase from the Middle Bronze Age IIB.
Hazor, finds from the Canaanite palace: basalt statue of a deity (left); and bronze figurines (right).
Hazor: Canaanite palace.
Hazor, finds from the Canaanite palace: bone inlays of a jewelry box (upper left); inscribed clay tablet (lower left); and bronze statuette of a ruler (right).
Hazor, area A: the six-chambered gate and casemate wall (front) and Canaanite palace (under roof).
Tel Beth-Shean: plaster painted in an Egyptian style, twelfth century BCE (left); and human figures painted on pottery, fourteenth century BCE (right).
Tel Beth-Shean, looking west.
Tel Reḥov, Iron Age IIA artifacts: ceramic model shrine (left); clay figurine (center); Phoenician painted jar (upper right); and ceramic altar (lower right).
Tel Reḥov: aerial view, looking east.