Tel Rehov – An Archaeological Treasure within Zion’s Megiddo-Jezreel license
Tel Rehov is an archaeological site located approximately 4 km south of Beit She’an in northeastern Israel. This site is located within Zion’s Megiddo-Jezreel license and was expressly mentioned during the meeting with the Valley of Springs Regional Council.
Tel Rehov, in particular, has shed light on ancient agricultural practices when archaeologists uncovered clay bee hives there (highlighting the Biblical truth that Israel is “a land flowing with milk and honey”).
Visit the following websites to learn more about the history of Tel Rehov and its connections with the Israelites and Canaanites of the Bible.