Looking to the east from the High Place of Gibeon we can see Saul's city of Gibeah and Samuel's city of Ramah.
Looking to the south of the High Place of Gibeon we can see the remains of the city of Gibeon and the top of the hill called the High Place.
The tabernacle would have stood at the High Place after the destruction of Shiloh and Nob and before the Temple was built in Jerusalem.
Galyn looking down on the city of Gibeon to the south of the High Place.The Canaanite inhabitants of the city of Gibeon, called the Gibeonites, traveled just a few miles to the east to make a treaty with Joshua at Gilgal.
On the very windy top Toni holds a marker and her hat.