Ancient Jewish Ritual Bath at GamlaYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
This is an ancient Jewish ritual bath, called a Mmkveh (pl: mikva’ot) located near the first-century CE synagogue of Gamla in the Golan Heights of modern Israel.
The mikveh would fill naturally from rain water, and users of the mikveh would descend for the purpose of ritual purification.
The Romans destroyed the ancient town of Gamla in 67 CE during the First Jewish Revolt (66-70 CE).
Technical Information: Model made with Agisoft Photoscan from 104 pictures with 25 cm and 50 cm scale bars from Cultural Heritage Imaging