Tel Hashash

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Tel Hashash or Tell el-Hashash (Hebrew: תל חשאש‎ is an archaeological site in the heart of the Bavli neighborhood of Tel Aviv. It is one of the ancient sites along the Yarkon River, located 800 meters south of the river, overlooking Tell Qasile on the northern bank of the river. The site was excavated in the 1960s by Jacob Kaplan on behalf of the Old Jaffa Museum of Antiquities, and in the 1980s by Haya Ritter Kaplan of the Israel Antiquities Authority. The excavations exposed remains of the first century CE and the late Byzantine period.[1]

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  1. ^ Haya Ritter Kaplan (1996). "Was Building A Exposed at Tell Ḥashash, Tel Aviv a Structural Replica of the Jerusalem Temple?". Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical and Geographical Studies (in Hebrew). Israel Exploration Society. כה: 515–525. JSTOR 23629676. via JSTOR.