A large previously unknown city, El Ahwat, was discovered in Israel in 1992. Although it was founded in Canaan during the period of the Israelite settlement, 3,200 years ago, its unique structures are foreign to the cultures of the Middle East of that period. Who were its mysterious inhabitants? Where did they come from? Why did they suddenly abandon the city, which they had built at great expense and effort?
is a fascinating historical archeological journey, which attempts to solve these mysteries. It takes us to ancient Egypt and Syria, and to modern Sardinia and Corsica. The Tribes of Israel clash with the Sea People, ancient empires collapse, and a “Lost Tribe”, the Shardana, appears in the region. Their warriors, wearing horned helmets, illuminate one of the important events in the history of the People of Israel: the battle of the prophet Deborah and Barak the son of Avinoam against Sisera and his chariots.