The village stood on the southern slope of Mount Zabud. The Nazareth—Safad highway passed just to the north of it. Al-~Farradiyya may have been built on the site of a village known during the Roman period as Parod. The Arab geographer al-Maqdisi (d. 985) referred to it as al-Farradhiyya and described it as a large village, renowned for its groves of fruit trees and p-apes, located in a pleasant area with plentiful water.
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