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 base of the press was photographed that day Click for a larger image
Another screw extruder is located in the archeological garden at Givat Hatitora - Modi’in Click for sign's details Translation of the text on the sign
: Screw extruder base in the winepress
The use of a screw press in winepresses was mainly common in the Byzantine period (4th-7th centuries AD) in Israel and its surroundings.
Evidence for the existence of this press is a stone base with a fixing hole for a screw that is usually located in the center of the treading floor.
Byzantine period (4th-7th centuries AD)
Authority Number 1995-5049