Definition of hilltop (2 of 3) nouns. The most appropriate definition for the word hilltop is “a high flat place on or off the land with little or no trees.” It is a type of flat ground where the steep hill is located. Examples of hilltop in the Internet are:
Hillside is found in the area of Jerusalem in Israel on the Mount of Olives. In general this type of hill is found in the Judean Desert. Examples of this type of hill are: Tiberias Manassa Givat Ha’Avot Teman Mount of Olives and Mount of Olives. The most common hill in the Judean Desert is Jokariya. This hill is located in the valley of the Dead Sea. Jokariya was built during the late Second Temple Period. The second most important hill in the Judean Desert is Mount of Olives which is located in the Valley of Elephantine.
There are different types of homes available that are built on the top of hilltops. The most important type of hill is Jokariya hill which is located in the valley of the Dead Sea. Another type of hilltop is Givat Ha’avot which is located in the western part of the Jordan Valley. The third most prominent type of hilltop is Teman Hill which is situated in the valley of the Dead Sea. Another type of hilltop is the mountain in the middle of the Judean Desert. A number of these kinds of hilltops can be found in Jerusalem and its environs.