A tabun oven, or simply tabun (also transliterated taboon, from the (アラビア語:طابون)), is a clay oven, shaped like a truncated cone, with an opening at the bottom from which to stoke the fire. Built and used in pre-biblical and biblical times as the family, neighbourhood, or village oven, tabun ovens continue to be built and used in parts of the Middle East today.〔Negev and Gibson, 2005, pp. 91-92.〕 Nowadays some of the tabun ovens are also made out of metal.
The taboon oven has historically been used to bake flatbreads such as taboon bread and laffa, and has been in widespread use among Arab and Jewish ethnic communities in the greater Middle East for centuries.
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