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Also known as Khirbet el-Meshash. One of the largest sites in the valley of Beersheba, Cisjordan (Kempinski, “Tel Masos,” 29).
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Meshash, Khirbet El-
MESHASH, KHIRBET EL- (M.R. 146069). A large, multiperiod site (also known as Tel Masos) located in the center of the Beersheba valley about 12 km E of Beersheba. The site was situated on the ancient intersection of the N–S route, between the Judean hills and the Arabah and Sinai, and the E–W route, between
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MESHASH, KHIRBET EL
MESHASH, KHIRBET EL. This archaeological site, whose modern Israeli name is Tel Masos, consists of three discrete areas of settlement in the BEER-SHEBA region: the Middle Bronze Age, the Iron Age I, and the Iron Age II. The site is situated at the intersection of the region’s north-south and east-west