Widening "Highway 1" has unearthed the church, oil lamps, a mosaic floor and mother-of-pearl shells.
An extremely rare 1,000-year-old ketuba inscribed in Aramaic is now on exhibit in the National Library in Jerusalem.
Woodstock was not so original, according to Israeli archaeologists.
“With Joy Shall Ye Draw Water…”
An American woman has died in Israel after possibly suffering heat stroke and falling while hiking at Masada.
Israel's new government has approved a five-year plan to upgrade and develop the area around the Western Wall.
A Jerusalem jogger stumbled over an ancient wine press that hadn't been there before. The Israel Antiquities Authority was stumped...
In a dramatic ambush operation, Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) officials caught two would-be grave robbers red-handed as they tried to pilfer an ancient Roman period burial site in the Galilee today.
The oldest copy of the Ten Commandments in the world is on display at Israel's national museum.
Israeli archaeologists prove Egyptian culture was rife in Israel "for years" after the Exodus.
The discovery would be a death blow the PA claims that Tel Aviv is "Palestinian" if it weren't for the fact that that Arafat was born in Egypt.
Nazi symbols were written on the walls of a building that may have been designated as shelters for Nazi leaders.
The Minerva Center for the Relations between Israel and Aram in Biblical Times: The Construct of Autonomous Decision Making and Interdependencies” the Minerva Center is being awarded by the Minerva Foundation.
Three Israeli Caving Club hikers found the cache in a stalactite cave in northern Israel.
The house, which is made up of simple mortar and stone walls that was cut into a rocky hillside, was first discovered in the 1880s by nuns at the Sisters of Nazareth convent.
The largest hoard of gold coins ever discovered in Israel was found in recent weeks on the seabed in the ancient port of Caesarea.
The discovery of 1,500 year-old grape seeds may explain why the wine of the Negev so renowned in the Byzantine Empire.
Until now we had been unable to tell the complete story of the Babylon Exile and to understand what actually happened to all the Jewish refugees once they were forced out of Judah.
Archaeologists and scientists have found remains of what may have been an ancient Leviathan in the Arava Valley, not far from the Dead Sea.
Two rare 150-year-old tokens issued by a kosher restaurant from the U.S. civil war period are to be shown this week in Jerusalem.