Chalcolithic Temple

Local nameהמקדש הכלכוליתי

The Chalcolithic Temple of Ein Gedi is a Ghassulian public building dating from about 3500 BCE. It lies on a scarp above the oasis of Ein Gedi, on the western shore of the Dead Sea, within modern-day Israel. Archaeologist David Ussishkin has described the site as "a monumental edifice in terms of contemporary architecture".

Tags Archaeological Site
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Address Israel

Coordinates 31°28'6.415" N 35°23'18.175" E

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