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Reconstruction of an ancient Israelite horned altar (based upon the remnants of the original one) as it was used to sacrifice animals. The original altar was probably dismantled during the time of Hezekiah, the King of Judah, with the centralization of the Israelite cult in the temple of Jerusalem. Location Tel Be'er Sheva


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  • Deutsch: Rekonstruktion eines antiken Israelitschen gehörnten Altars (errichtet auf den Überresten des Originalaltars), wie er verwendet wurde um Tieropfer darzubringen. Der Originalaltar wurde möglicherweise während der Regierungszeit König Hiskijas von Juda abgetragen, als er den Israelitischen Kult im Tempel von Jerusalem zentralisierte. Ort: Tel Be'er Sheva.
  • English: Reconstruction of an ancient Israelite horned altar (based upon the remnants of the original one) as it was used to sacrifice animals. The original altar was probably dismantled during the time of Hezekiah, the King of Judah, with the centralization of the Israelite cult in the temple of Jerusalem. Location: Tel Be'er Sheva.
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