A hill north of Be`er-Sheva where some of the Negev's largest water reservoirs were discovered, and in them - pottery and flint tools.
The site is dated to the Byzantine and Umayyad periods (the 4th to the 7th centuries CE). The purpose of establishment of the reservoirs was to store water for the extensive agriculture west of Be`er- Sheva.
Recommended route: Tour the hill and discover the fort at the top and the room opposite the large reservoir.
One can also go to the Negev Bridge Monument (4km/2.5 miles) on a path that bypasses the Ramot neighborhood.