Nezib (2)

Nezib The modern representative of this site, Beit-Nusib, is laid down as a ruin on the Ordnance Map, eight miles north-west of Hebron, and described in the accompanying Memoirs (3:324) as consisting of "cisterns and caves, foundations and ruined walls, with a few pillar shafts.... The buildings seem to date back to the Byzantine period, judging from the character of the masonry; but the cisterns and caves are perhaps earlier."

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