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Water from Jericho’s powerful perennial spring provides irrigation for abundant fruit, flowers and spices.“When the orange and lemon trees are in bloom, in the spring, the air is so heavy with their perfume that the visitor is sure he could bottle some of it and take it home with him,” writes archaeologist Godfrey Kloetzli.After Mark Antony and Cleopatra died, Herod gained ownership of the city.He built a palatial residence and died there in 4 BC.The 15-metre mound was formed over the centuries as towns were destroyed and new ones built on their rubble.The most striking discovery unearthed is a thick-walled stone tower, 7 metres high and 7.6 metres across, dating back to 7000 BC.But did “the walls come tumbling down”, as the song says?Archaeologists are divided on whether Joshua’s Israelites did in fact demolish a walled city.
About 12,000 priests and Levites are believed to have lived there, and they were a familiar sight on the road.
In 35 BC the Roman politician Mark Antony made a gift of Jericho to his lover Cleopatra of Egypt.
In 1987 a young Canadian couple, Tanya Van Cuylenborg and Jay Cook, were on their way to take the ferry from British Columbia to Seattle Washington. Their killer was never found, but his DNA was gathered from a blanket wrapped around Tanya's body.
Hundreds of tips came in over the years but nothing panned out and the case grew cold.