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View looking east at the interior of the synagogue at Deir Aziz.
The door on the far side is the entrance to the synagogue from the east. On the left (north) side of the image notice the three-tiered bench and behind it the plastered wall. Above the wall notice the projecting stones. These stones probably supported wooden beams that supported the roof of the synagogue.
The synagogue was first built during the sixth century AD and was evidently destroyed in the earthquake of AD 749. The scattered remains are from the synagogue and subsequent usage.
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