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Sign: Azor - Archaeological Garden - Pressure surface of Oil mill


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Ha-Histadrut St 11, Azor, Israel
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On the sign:
משטח כבישה של בית בד
מצע הכבישה היה חלק ממתקן הסחיטה בבית הבד.
מתקן זה משלב בתוכו שני מתקנים: מצע כבישה ומכל איגום מרכזי.
סלי רסק הזיתים סודרו על גבי לוח עץ מנוקב, שהונח מעל פתח מכל האבן, והמוהל זרם ישירות מטה לתוכו.

מצע כבישה
מוצא: רמלה
התקופה האסלאמית הקדומה (המאות הו’-הח’ לספירה)
אבן גיר
מס’ רשות 2006-761
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The sign is part of a display located in the archeological garden in Azor (in the area of the Citadel of the Plain - Chateau de Plan)

The Pressure surface was photographed that day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:

Pressure surface of Oil mill
The pickling substrate was part of the squeezing facility at the oil mill.
This facility combines two facilities: a pickling substrate and a central collecting tank.
The baskets of olive paste were arranged on a perforated wooden board, which was placed over an opening from the whole stone, and the sap flowed directly down into it.

Pickling substrate
Origin: Ramla
Early Islamic period (6th-8th centuries AD)
Limestone
Authority No. 2006-761



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