Some 5,000 years ago, the Mediterranean seaport city of Akko started to come into being. Following millennia of sparse habitation, an urbanized population built a stone rampart fortification on Tel Akko, also known as Napoleon Hill. The tell is situated at the south-eastern entrance to the modern city of Akko, or Acre as it was called during the British Mandate.
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