Medeba (2)


The ruins of this site are extensively described by Tristram (Land of Moab, page 321 sq.) and Merrill (East of the Jordan, page 252). They consist especially of two columns, still standing, with their architrave, the remains of a temple, and a stone reservoir, one hundred and twenty yards square, still perfect, with the usual signs of an ancient town.

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