The triangular-shaped facade of a gabled roof.
A pillar built of stones or bricks, unlike a column, which is made in one part or of drums. A pier generally has a quadrangular cross-section.
A surface raised above its surroundings by building retaining walls and filling the space between them with earth. A podium served as the foundation for a special building (palace, temple, fortress, etc.).
A roofed structure, one of its long sides aligned with columns or piers.
Fragments of ancient pottery. Their date and origin can be determined on the basis of several criteria: shape, mode of production, processing after production and decoration.
A type of stone capital characteristic of public building in Israel and Judah in the First Temple period.