Fatimid house in Ramla

Remains of an affluent estate that had a fountain in its garden were recently unearthed during the course of excavations in Ramla. Two residential rooms were exposed of a wealthy estate that was built of ashlar stones. Archaeologists date the structure to the Fatimid period (late tenth century and first half of the eleventh century CE).

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