The stones pictured here could possibly have been used as ammunition during the Bar Kokhba revolt or other conflicts.
This area is close to Herodion National Park, located about three miles outside of Bethlehem. Herodion is recognized as one of Herod’s most ambitious building projects. During King Herod’s reign, the complex served as a summer palace, capital, burial ground, fortress and monument.

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