(Joshua. 11:10)

“And Joshua at  that time turned back, and took  Hazor, and struck the king thereof with the sword:  for Hazor formerly was the head of all those kingdoms”

Hazor is the largest ancient archaeological mound in the Holy Land (131 feet in height,1968 feet in length and 656 feet in width), in the Upper Galilee,3.7 miles north of Rosh Pina.

History: Site of ancient Hazor, one of the largest and most important cities in the ancient land. Located on a branch of  the Via Maris. Mentioned in Egyptian documents from the 19th century BCE and in the Tell el Amarna letters from the 14th century BCE. During the Israelite conquest, Jabin, King of Hazor, headed a league of Canaanite cities against Joshua (Joshua 11:1 ff.). During the period of ……

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