300 BC-300 AD Greek/Roman influence.
Broken red, black and red/black pottery, Roman and Greek coins, Greek
statue head, glass beads, and glazed tile.
Location, town square.
600 BC-300 BC Babylon influence
Cuneiform writing, broken glazed tile, Hebrew parchment writing inside
Star of David, Menorah charms, broken pottery, oil lamps, glass beads,
red pottery with Hebrew writing.
10,000-8,000 BC Shift-War.
Assyrian plaque of wounded lioness, iron arrowheads, oil lamps, glass
beads, teeth, bones, carbon.
Town conquered in battle.
Emerging Civilization 8,000-3,000 BC
Grain grinder figure in red pottery, wheeled pottery, Egyptian cathead,
bronze arrowheads, glass making block, rams head. Include barley grain
Neo-lithic 14,000-8,000 BC
Bones, shells, 2 petroglyphs, teeth, wooden carved stamp, bone bead, hand
built pottery, bull fetish, carbon and ash for hearth.
Early hunter/gatherer settlement