Stock Photo - Bysantine low relief, Avdat also known as Ovdat or Obodat was the most important historic city on the Incense Route after Petra between the 7th and the 1st centuries BCE It was inhabited by Nabataeans, Romans and Byzantines Negev, Israel, Middle East, Western Asia

Stock Photo: Bysantine low relief, Avdat also known as Ovdat or Obodat was the most important historic city on the Incense Route after Petra between the 7th and the 1st.

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