Problem the pass is on a small hill the end of which enters into the modern town.I need a local to produce a big scale picture of how this obstacle would have worked I'm looking forward to further updates on the exploration of this developed wall. So much history unknown by the wider, western world.
Perhaps, like Hadrians wall, We might find some small clues about the people who lived in the times of its active use ferreted away amongst those stones and earthen works. I am so sorry to you and your editors in regards to the disrespect being given by proxy of "Comments".
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'It is not very easy to determine the age of such constructions, when exactly were they created, but I believe it was around the first millennium BC - the beginning of new era.
'That is Iron Age or even Bronze Age, but more likely - Iron Age.
The first thought is that someone could walk around the walls, but the builders probably had some geographical obstacles near at the site in Google maps, use all views.
The "Walls" point at a pass where there should be a gate, if true.There are nine walls adjacent to the mountain slope.In this way access from the steppes to the mountains - the home of ancient civilisations, for example of the Pazyryk people - could be controlled.Evidence of the use of plant dyes on textiles dating to King Solomon’s reign recovered during an excavation in southern Israel’s Timna Valley suggests that ancient Israel’s elite dressed to impress.Researchers from a joint study by the Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv University and Bar-Ilan University say the finds provide the earliest evidence of a plantbased dye in Israel.'I'm basing this on the fact that it was the time when such constructions are created all over the world, for example the famous Hadrian's Wall also fits into this trend.