Shechem

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Shechem

(ˈʃɛkəm; -ɛm)
n
(Placename) the ancient name of Nablus

She•chem

(ˈʃi kəm, ˈʃɛk əm; Heb. ʃəˈxɛm)

n.
Hebrew name of Nablus.
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The evidence of this was hidden behind the masonry of a named head at the significantly named Jacob's Well Road which runs from Clifton down to the quays of the city's quaintly named Floating Harbour.
Visitors will enter from the upper, university side of the site, and will typically also be taken to see the restored mikvah at Jacob's Wells.