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Zebabdeh Valley - Landscape Unit 12

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This chapter describes the sites of Zebabdeh valley such as Khirbet 'Anahum, Khirbet esh-Sheikh Safiriyan, Tilfit, and el-Habayel (A). Khirbet 'Anahum is a ruin on the edge of a low ridge, overlooking Zebabdeh Valley from the north. It is near both a large quarry and the ancient pass from Zebabdeh Valley to Dothan Valley. Khirbet esh-Sheikh Safiriyan is a large ruin on the low, northern edge of Zebabdeh Valley, west of Tilfit Range. The ruin extends over both sides of Khallet esh-Sheikh Ravine. Tilfit is a small Arab village on a tell located upon the high, eastern edges of Zebabdeh Valley. el-Habayel is a site on the high, eastern edges of Zebabdeh Valley, about 1 km north of the Zebabdeh-Rabbah road. A spring, that has since dried up, was possibly existent in Wadi Khudrah.

Keywords: Dothan Valley; el-Habayel; Khirbet 'Anahum; Khirbet esh-Sheikh Safiriyan; Tilfit Range; Zebabdeh valley



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