Tel Adashim

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Tel Adashim
תֵּל עֲדָשִׁים
The entrance to Tel-Adashim.
The entrance to Tel-Adashim.
Tel Adashim is located in Israel
Tel Adashim
Tel Adashim
Coordinates: 32°39′18.72″N 35°18′3.95″E / 32.6552000°N 35.3010972°E / 32.6552000; 35.3010972Coordinates: 32°39′18.72″N 35°18′3.95″E / 32.6552000°N 35.3010972°E / 32.6552000; 35.3010972
Council Jezreel Valley
Region Galilee
Affiliation Moshavim Movement
Founded 1923
Name meaning Lentils Hill

Tel Adashim (Hebrew: תֵּל עֲדָשִׁים, lit. Lentils Hill) is a moshav in northern Israel. Located between Nazareth and Afula, it falls under the jurisdiction of Jezreel Valley Regional Council.[1] In 2006, it had a population of 744.

Jewish settlement began in the area in 1913 when Hashomer established Tel Adash, a settlement whose purpose was to defend the oil pipeline from Iraq to Haifa. By 1918, only two families remained. In 1923, a moshav was established on the site and was named Tel Adashim.

Notable past and present residents include Rafael Eitan, Gonen Segev, Yigal Cohen, A. D. Gordon and Alexander Zaïd.

Rafael Eitan in 1948


  1. ^ Tel Adashim Moshavim of Israel