This place was downright spooky in places. The park marks the spot of the ancient Jewish town of Bet She'arim from the second century AD. After a popular Rabbi and head of the Sanhedrin was buried here, it became one of the most important burial grounds in the region.
Cautioned not to "roll stones" and to "beware of snakes and scorpions", we headed underground.
The original marble sarcophogi have long since been pillaged, but carved stone ones remain...
... along with a body or three in one spot
More photos here if you're interested. Oh, and in case you're keeping count, this is park #6 of 66.