The ancient road along Nahal Sorek runs below. What can be noted is that many burial caves are visible along the way. It's interesting because it was good to be buried along the road in ancient times - that's how people come to visit the grave. It is written that in Adar, people set out to repair the roads, the graves and the springs in preparation for the ascension to Jerusalem in the month of Nisan. In the days of the First Temple, the entire area between Gush Etzion and Kiryat Yaarim is not mentioned. In the days of the Second Temple, there is a mention of the room, which is only about Beitar. Sources about the period come from the Talmud. And it seemed to be rumours in retrospect—bar Koziva.