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Galyn's Israel Photos
Fallen Rocks From Temple Mound Stone Work at Dan on Jeroboam's Golden Calf Shrine Galyn floating in the Dead Sea Reading the Des Moines Register An Israelite High Place of Worship with two Deity stones to worship: A stone for Jehovah and a stone for Asherah Galyn picks up five stones in the dry creek bead of the Elah Valley between Socoh and Azekah were David faced Goliath
Gibeon and the High Place of Worship (Nebi Samwil)
See Gebah, Ramah and Gibeon from the High Place
View the cities of Gibeh, Ramah and Gibeon from the High Place
View Jerusalem from the High Place of Gibeon
Carl Rasmussen gives an eight minute talk on the view toward Jerusalem from the High Place at Gibeon

 

Jerusalem from Gibeon

 

The High Place of Gibeon is where the Tabernacle stood during the days of David and Solomon's early years.

Samuel would have met with Saul here and Solomon would have had his vision concerning wisdom here.

Looking to the southeast this picture show how the city of Jerusalem, the Temple and the Mt. of Olives could be seen from this High Place of Worship.

 

The distance between the High Place of Gibeon (or, Nabi Samwil) and the
Old City Jerusalem
is about
7 miles.

See the google map link
HERE


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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.

Thanks, Toni!

 

For more photos of the High Place of Gibeon or Nabi Samwill go to: http://www.bibleplaces.com/nebisamwil.htm

For more photos and facts concerning the city of Gibeon go to:
http://www.bibleplaces.com/gibeon.htm

   
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