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Ti'inik (Arabic: تعّنك; Hebrew: טיעיניק), also transliterated Ta'anakh, Ti’innik or Taanach, is a Palestinian village in the West Bank, located 13 km Northwest of the city of Jenin in the northern West Bank. The neighbouring Israeli region of Ta'anakh is named after the town.
Just to the east is a 40-metre-high mound which was the site of the biblical city Taanach. Twelve Akkadian cuneiform tablets were found here. Approximately one third of the names on these tablets are of Hurrian origin, indicating a significant northern ethnic presence. The main remains visible today are of an 11th-century Abbasid palace.
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- Welcome To Ti'innik
- SWP map VIII, IAA
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