Medieval Atlit

The ruins of Atlit, known also as Chateau Pelerin, include a significant Crusader cemetery.


Ruins of Atlit from the shoreline. Photographed in 2019.


Pattern of Crusader graves in the cemetery outside of Atlit. Photographed 2019.


Fisheye view of the a portion of the Crusader cemetery at Atlit. Photographed 2019.


Elite grave cover with raised relief (sword?) in the Crusader cemetery of Atlit. Photographed 2019.


Elite grave cover with shallow incised circle and cross decoration. Photographed 2019.


Closeup of the elite grave cover with shallow incised circle and cross decoration. Photographed 2019.


Stone block pierced with a large hole. My first thought was that it was to hold up a wooden cross or banner pole. Photographed 2019.


Sherds on the surface within the Crusader cemetery at Atlit. Photographed 2019.


Two Medieval (13th century) oil lamps from Atlt on display in the Israel Museum.


Medieval bowl decorated with the design of a fish from the site of Atlit. On display in the Israel Museum.


Medieval bowl decorated with the design of a fish from the site of Atlit. On display in the Israel Museum.


Medieval bowl decorated with the a heraldic sgraffito design from the site of Atlit. On display in the Israel Museum.


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