The Source; a Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Akko

Akko is a seaport on the Galilee in the Holy Land and is where the book opens.

Makor

Makor is the location of the archaeological dig. The formal name of the site is Tell Makor.

Zefat

Zefat is a village near Makor where the nearest synagogue is.

Hazor

Hazor is a town to the north of Makor.

Accho

Accho is a town in Phoenicia which manufactures iron tools. It is eight miles from Makor.

Jerusalem

Jerusalem is a major religious center and is located ninety miles from Makor.

Egypt

Egypt lies to the west of Makor.

Antioch

Antioch is a city north of Makor where sports games are held.

Ptolemais

Ptolemais is a town near Makor.

Tverya

Tverya is a town on the Dead Sea, near Makor.

Tabariyyah

Tabariyyah is a town southeast of Makor.

Yathrib

Yathrib is an Arab city that becomes Medina.

Damascus

Damascus is...

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