The website has to do with 9,000 years of ages. It was likely a crop-farming neighborhood that likewise kept goats and other animals.
Archaeologists Hamoudi Khalaily (ideal) and Jacob Vardi (left), directors of the excavations at Motza on behalf of the Antiquities Authority, examine the website.
A 9,000-year-old figurine discovered at the website that portrays a human face.
A stone figurine of an ox discovered at the Neolithic website.
Archaeologists discovered beads made from obsidian (volcanic glass) at the website that originated from Anatolia, which is now modern-day Turkey.
The archaeologists discovered numerous little bracelets, which were most likely endured the arm by kids.
This flint knife is among the countless flint tools discovered at the Neolithic website.
Other groups continued to utilize the website after the Neolithic. This spearhead — discovered buried in a warrior’s burial place — dates to the middle Bronze Age.
Archaeologists excavate the stony website.
Archaeologists have actually covered part of the website with a camping tent to safeguard it from the aspects.