Zev Radovan

The entrance to the Goliath family tomb in the Jericho hills. Sunlight streams through the entry to the main chamber, carved from rock and framed by ashlar blocks. On either side of this entrance are two of the chamber’s eight loculi, or burial niches. A delicate and still brightly colored fresco of a grapevine, visible in the top left corner of the photo, lines the plastered walls above the ossuaries.