To mark IDC Herzliya’s 20th anniversary, we spent a day following Prof. Uriel Reichman, IDC’s founder and president, and Jonathan Davis, VP for External Relations, around its delightful campus.
Posted on: November 20th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." (Genesis 1:1)
Posted on: November 13th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
Remains of Herod's Jerusalem castle have been excavated and opened to the public.
Posted on: October 21st, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
A 2,000 year old stone fragment bearing an official Latin inscription dedicated to the Roman Emperor Hadrian is found in Jerusalem.
Posted on: October 7th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
Israeli archaeologists have uncovered a curious double tale of an ancient ritual pool and two Australian soldiers during WWII.
Posted on: October 6th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
The exhibition includes the largest gold medallion with Judaic symbols known in existence.
Posted on: September 21st, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
The exact location is secret because of safety concerns. How long before the PA claims it is theirs?
Posted on: September 17th, 2014News & Views → Jewish → Antisemitism
The location of the gas chambers at the notorious Sobibor death camp has been revealed, Yad Vashem announced Wednesday.
Posted on: September 9th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
The archeological treasures in the Rockefeller Museum of Jerusalem can now be accessed online.
Posted on: August 12th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
One advantage of erosion of stones at the Kotel is more cracks for people to place prayer notes.
Posted on: August 5th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
All of the coins are stamped on one side with a chalice and the Hebrew inscription “To the Redemption of Zion”...
Posted on: June 23rd, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
The UNESCO World Heritage Committee hasdeclared the caves of Beit Guvrin-Maresha to be a World Heritage Site. The site joins the Old City of Jerusalem, the Old City of Acco and Haifa’s Bahai Gardens on the prestigious list of extraordinary cultural sites from around the world.
Posted on: June 6th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
In the Second Temple period Jewish settlement found in Hebron, linking the old and the new, an ancient Hebrew stamp saying "KIng of Hebron" was also found.
Posted on: May 27th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
A rare monastery seal was discovered in a Jewish neighborhood in Jerusalem -- and presented to the Greek Orthodox Patriarch, who noted its importance.
Posted on: April 22nd, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
The chisel was found along with a gold bell that may have been on the clothes of the High Priest.
Posted on: April 20th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
A surprised group of hikers stumbled across human bones in a Gush Etzion cave. But what they actually found was even more astounding.
Posted on: April 9th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
A gold signet ring naming Egyptian Pharaoh Seti I was found in an ancient coffin in the Jezreel Valley.
Posted on: April 3rd, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
In a secret ceremony held Tuesday, officials inaugurated the site of King Solomon's coronation in the City of David.
Posted on: March 31st, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
The Jews who were ready to buy Second Temple history are no less guilty than the Arabs who stole and tried to sell it.
Posted on: March 18th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
Israel’s image of an archaeological center of the world gets a new boost.
Posted on: March 13th, 2014News & Views → Archaeology
A new display in Jerusalem is showcasing the oldest-known masks in the world, believed to have originated 9,000 years ago, long before Purim. The 11 masks are made of stones and were discovered in the Judean desert near Jerusalem. Experts believe the masks were meant to look like skulls, with each displaying a unique personality […]
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