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The colonnaded Palladius street extends from the theater to the foothills of the ancient Tel, 150M from south (near the theater) to north (foothills of the hill). The street was built in the Roman period, starting from the 1st century AD, and restored during the Byzantine period. On both sides of the 24M paved street was a raised roofed sidewalk with shops and public houses.
The bathhouse included hot and tepid bathing halls. The heating was based on the Hypocaust method (under floor heating system, based on hot air which was pumped under the floor and heated the waters) . The floor was suspended over brick cones, seen below, where the hot air was pumped.
Cable cars linking Tel Jericho to the Mount of Temptation in less than five minutes.