Tomb of the Grape Clusters (Cave of the Eshkolot)
1st-2nd century CE
A burial cave of a wealthy Jewish family from the time of the Second Temple. In front of the cave is a gable with vine clusters. Next to the gable are rosettes surrounded by a leaf garnet. Above the entrance is a spectacular decoration of plant elements, alongside the opening and in the four corners of the first room are carved columns with a flower-capped capital in the center of a floral decoration. In the most inner room are arch graves and a ceiling decorated like a sunken circle with a rosette in its center.