Mamshit National Park (Israel Nature & National Parks Protections
Authority) Describes the site and its history, plus offers information
related to making a visit.
Mampsis (Nabataea.net) Briefly introduces the site, its history, and its
discovery. Also contains a map of the region and a bibliography.
Mampsis (The Madaba Mosaic Map) Provides a map and a picture, plus
offers links to excerpts from ancient and modern sources relating to the
site. Particularly focuses on the representation of Mampsis on the Madaba
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit (Personal Website) Offers some
nice photos of the site. Click on "Browse current roll of film" to view the
Mamshit (Byzantine St Stephen's) Provides a chronology of the site and a
Mampsis (Communio Biblica) Displays some photos of the site. (Captions
are in Spanish.)
Byzantine Churches in the Negev (Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Offers good descriptions of the churches at Kurnub (Mampsis), Shivta, and
Avdat, with a handful of photographs.