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Five exceptionally rare ancient coins from among the very first ever minted by Jews were discovered on the Temple Mount, evidence of Jewish activity at the Jewish holy site.
The temple was among the most important ancient monuments built by the Arameans in the first millennium BCE. It's not clear why Turkey destroyed it.
Prime Minister Netanyahu spelled out the danger for countries if they will not take firm action against Iran.
The earliest evidence of the arrival of eggplants in this Israel has come to light in the City of David, the archeological site of ancient Jerusalem: A 1,100-year-old refuse pit found in Israel Antiquities Authority excavations in the Jerusalem Walls National Park reveals dietary habits in the Early Islamic period.
"The scope of the robbery is disturbing... It is impossible to know what treasures are disappearing out there every night."
Learn about the latest archaeological find – 8 more rows of the supporting Western Wall of the Second Temple and a Roman era theater-like structure when Eve Harow interviews Archaeologist Tehilla Leiberman today on Rejuvenation.
An Arab merchant was trying to smuggle the coins through the crossing into Israel.
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Military correspondence from the First Temple period was found on the reverse side of a well-studied artifact at The Israel Museum.
The Jewish Press online received the following email statement from the Temple Mount Sifting Project (visit their crowdfunding campaign): "Representatives from the Prime Minister’s office...
The Temple Mount Sifting Project was established following the illegal removal of 9,000 tons of earth from the Temple Mount by Israel's Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement and the Waqf.
A pendant discovered in Sobibór bears close resemblance to one owned by Anne Frank.
Who would desecrate the tomb of King David's son Absalom, in the ancient Kidron Valley? But someone has...
Archaeologists are excited about the discovery of a rare gold coin in the Lower Galilee.
Among the many artifacts on display will be breathtaking mosaics, laboratories for the treatment of artifacts, the Dead Sea scrolls, intriguing, 7,000 year-old objects, and an audiovisual presentation projected in the National Treasures center.
The largest archaeological garden ever established in the State of Israel was inaugurated Monday at Camp Rabin, in the IDF Kirya Base in Tel Aviv.
Six Israeli archaeologists visiting the Temple Mount compound were attacked by employees of the Jordanian Waqf.
More proof that Jews lived in the Land of Israel for thousands of years, fighting the Romans with heart and soul.
An Arab driver from Beit Hanina tried to use a Norwegian diplomatic vehicle to smuggle Israeli antiquities to Jordan.