Shiloh from east
Summit of Shiloh
Location of Tabernacle
Houses from Time of Samuel
The best-preserved Iron Age structures were those built in Area C into the Middle Bronze glacis. The pottery found in these buildings is the richest discovered in any early Israelite site. The Danish expedition found 10 whole vessels; the Israeli expedition found 30 additional vessels and large pieces of many more. The most significant part of this collection is the collar rim store jars which characterize early Israelite settlements in the Hill Country.
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Tel Shilo (Jewish Virtual Library) Communicates the importance of the site as a resting place for the tabernacle. It also highlights important archaeological discoveries, including pictures of mosaic floors found.
Shiloh (Bible Walks) A comprehensive look at Tel Shiloh, including various photos, maps, and graphs.
Shiloh: The Place Where the Tabernacle Stood (Leen Ritmeyer) A very nice 2019 article from Ritmeyer, including multiple photos and new reconstructions. Excellent for visualizing the site well.
Tel Shiloh Excavations (Land of the Bible) This site provides an overview of Shiloh.
Shiloh (ChristianAnswers.net) Briefly describes the origin of the word, in addition to the basic biblical facts about the site.
Shiloh Excavation (Associates for Biblical Research) The official excavation website for Shiloh, including their self-produced TV program, photos, videos, and information on how to join the excavation.
Byzantine Church Excavations (BiblePlaces Blog) A 2006 commentary on news article about the discovery. Includes numerous photos.
Tel Shiloh (Shalom Israel Tours) Another overview of the site of Shiloh.
How Shilo Came to Be (Shilo, Jewish Community in the Land of Israel) A brief description of historic Shilo by the modern community living in the region. Includes links to information about Shilo today, the people of Shilo, housing, photos, etc.