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In the Golan, olives trees were grown and olive oil was produced there.
and grapes and olives became important crops in the hill country.
Using both written and archaeological data, some comparisons can be drawn between the food of ancient Israel and its neighbors.
Although there is much information about the foods of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, the inferences that can be made are limited due to differences in topography and climate; Israelite agriculture also depended on rainfall rather than the river-based irrigation of these two civilizations, resulting in the preference for different crops.
Storage pits and silos were dug into the ground to hold grain.
Under the united Israelite monarchy, central store cities were built, and greater areas of the northern Negev came under cultivation.
Wine and carobs were also exported to Egypt during this period.
After the Bronze Age collapse of urban culture, there was an increase in herding and the disappearance of smaller agricultural communities.