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Archaeologists discovered a Byzantine-era marble sculpture of a lamb Thursday morning in excavations at Caesarea port in the Caesarea National Park, Experts suggested that the...
The surprising discovery supports the belief there used to be a Jewish settlement in the Kursi Beach National Park.
The 2,700-year-old seal of King Hezekiah the "closest thing to the king," says archaeologist.
The Hanukkah commandment is to light the candles at the front door, or in a window overlooking the street, so they may be seen by passersby, as an announcement of the miracle.
Another beautiful, ancient and detailed mosaic is uncovered in Lod, and ready to be displayed to the public this week.
A rare 1,500 year old mosaic exposed in the Kiryat Gat industrial park is featured at the park's Sukkot festival.
An extremely rare sarcophagus has been uncovered at a building site in Ashkelon.
ISIS destroys a new, majestic part of the Syrian UNESCO World Heritage site, Palmyra.
The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) has made an exciting announcement: A 2,000-year-old podium may have been found in the City of David section of...
"I stole them in July 1995 and since then they have brought me nothing but trouble. Please, do not steal antiquities!”
"Who Are You, Eshbaʽal Ben Beda?" The fourth inscription revealed so far dating to the Kingdom of Judah.
Widening "Highway 1" has unearthed the church, oil lamps, a mosaic floor and mother-of-pearl shells.
“With Joy Shall Ye Draw Water…”
A Jerusalem jogger stumbled over an ancient wine press that hadn't been there before. The Israel Antiquities Authority was stumped...
The rock under the mosaic floor that was damaged is the foundation where the two Holy Temples stood.
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.
Three Israeli Caving Club hikers found the cache in a stalactite cave in northern Israel.
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.
The question now is this definite proof that Jews lived in the ancient settlement near Carmel?