Ancient Greeks sculpt ancient forest statue for a new temple
Ancient Greek sculpture has been installed in the Golan Heights, Israel, for a temple intended to be built to honor the ancient city of Grecian Argos, according to Israeli news site Haaretz.
The statue was unveiled last month and is located in the southern Golan region, close to the border with Syria.
The new Temple of Argos was also unveiled in 2013, and was inaugurated in 2017.
The Golan, also known as Israel’s West Bank, is a territory claimed by both Israel and Syria.
It is claimed by Israel as the capital of their future future state, but is also contested by both.
The city is located just across the Israeli border from the Palestinian city of Ramallah.
The shrine to the city was originally dedicated to ancient Greek warrior-gods of Argosa.
The temple is located near a cemetery and the Gush Etzion settlement.
A nearby settlement is also known for its archaeological sites.
Haaretz reported the statue, which was placed at the foot of a hill, was made of stone and painted with colors ranging from gold to turquoise.
The sculpture was designed by Israeli artist Avi Golan.
The Temple of the Gods of Argosal will be located at the intersection of the Old Golan Highway and the new road that will connect the Gash of Aqaba, the site of the biblical city of David.
It will be part of a new complex that will include a museum and a new church.
Israel’s new Golan shrine is located at a junction with the Old Route 443 highway that links the Israeli-occupied Golan with Syria’s territory of the Ghesco-Damascus Highway.
Golan was a major strategic point in the region, and Israel has been battling militants there since the 1967 war.
In the 1950s, it was a strategic point where Israel and its Arab allies could cross into Syria and attack Arab targets, but was largely abandoned after the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
The border between the two countries has been tense since Syria and Israel were at war.
The Israeli military has said that it has the right to defend itself.
The Israel Defense Forces, the country’s armed forces, has also said it has “no intention of changing the status quo of the status of the Syrian-Israeli border.”
The Giza plateau is the highest peak in the world, but its rugged geography has made it particularly difficult to build a temple.
The site is located about 10 miles from the Israeli city of Nazareth, and its main entrance is located on a narrow strip of land that Israel has used as a buffer zone during the conflict.