Ramah of Naphtali

Ramah Of Naphtali

Er-Ramieh lies seven miles and a quarter south-west of Safed, and is described in the Memoirs accompanying the Ordnance Survey (1:202) as "a small stone village, containing about one hundred and fifty Muoslems, situated on a hill-top in a valley, with a few figs, olives, and arable land; the valley to the west turns into a swamp in the winter, owing to its having no drainage; there are cisterns and a large pool for water supply." "There are several large sarcophagi round this village, and one olive-press" (ibid. page 255). (See illustration on page 791.)

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