Workmen at Tell el-Qadi (Tel Dan), Israel, probe the stone ramparts on the northern edge of the site. Fortifications from many periods are in abundance in this frontier town. The ramparts being probed here are proto-Canaanite, hailing back to the Early Bronze Age. They are roughly contemporaneous with the great pyramids of Egypt.
Note the square blocks to the right of the standing men. These are a part of the infamous "high place" at Dan (Area T-1) which was constructed in the Iron Age.
I shot this image in the summer of 1989.