Antipatris

(from the article `Peta Tiqwa`) ...texts as early as the 18th century . In the Bible, Aphek was the site of the rout of the Israelites by the Philistines (I Samuel 4). Later Herod ...
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Antipatris

Antipatris (ăntip'utris) , city of Roman Palestine, founded by Herod the Great and named after his father. It was c.10 mi (16.1 km) NE of Joppa, on the north-south road. According to the Acts of the Apostles, Paul was taken there on the way to Caesarea.
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Antipatris

Antipatris (Ancient Greek: Αντιπατρίς), one of two places known as Tel Afek (תל אפק), is an archaeological site in Israel. It was inhabited from the chalcolithic time to the late Roman period, but is named after Antipatris, a city built in the site by Herod the Great, and named in honour of his father, Antipater II of Judea. An Otto...
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