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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Projecting A City’s History With Rosco Image Spot

Rosco Spectrum: Bet She’an, located in the Northern District of Israel, is one of the country’s oldest cities. First settled in the Chalcolithic era, circa 4500 BCE, the city has been almost continuously inhabited since then. Thanks to its strategic location at the junction of the Jordan and Jezreel valleys, the city came to be ruled by countless different rulers including the Egyptians, Greeks and the Romans. The ancient ruins of the city’s past are now contained inside the vast Bet She’an National Park, which not only sheds light on its fascinating history with traditional displays of archaeological artifacts, but it also literally lights up the ruins each night

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