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These lions were on either side of the porch of the Orthostat Temple at Hazor.
This ariel photo of Upper Hazor was found online. Original photographer unknown.
The six-chambered Solomonic gates of Hazor. You can see the roof covering the palace in the background.
The remains of the Canaanite temple at Hazor.
The steps leading in to the Canaanite palace.
Inside the Canaanite palace at Hazor. The group is entering through the main door.
The Hazor water system shaft dug by Ahab.
The dwelling that surrounds the water system shaft.
Looking down into a cultic area with a basalt standing stone. The watchtower is up the hill on the right.
A metal outline of a soldier surveying the land from the watchtower.
From the top of the watchtower looking back down the tel. This picture is a panorama. Right click on the image and view image in a new window.
Remains of a pillared house.
Diagram of a small shrine found in Hazor.
Cultic standing stones found at Tel Hazor.
These lions originally flanked the porch of the Orthostat temple found at Hazor, and were thought to posses magical powers, used to protect the holy place.
This is a standing stone with a sun disk carved in the top. This was found in the Orthostat Temple.
This is a statue of the storm god riding on a bull, found in Hazor's Orthostat Temple. It is the largest statue of the storm god that has been found in Israel so far.
Vessel for liquid offerings found in the Orthostat Temple at Hazor.
This is the offering table from the Orthostat Temple.
This is a pottery model of a shrine found at Hazor.
Another example of a pottery model of a shrine.
Various figures of gods and goddesses found at Tel Hazor.
Figure with Basin
From the Israel Museum. The plaque explains, "This statue was found in the throne room of the palace/temple at Hazor. It shattered into hundreds of fragments in the fire that destroyed the city."
Molds for casting axes and blades.
The four stone vessels in the background on the right are called "Kohl tubes" and were used for holding eye makeup.