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A rare and impressive array of ritual baths and underground systems used by rebels during the Bar Kokhba Revolt.
A new path running among two-thousand year old ritual baths that were used by pilgrims visiting the Temple Mount is to be inaugurated at the Ophel site in the Walls Around Jerusalem National Park.
Archaeologists are excited about the discovery of a rare gold coin in the Lower Galilee.
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.
More evidence of ancient Jewish presence in the Land of Israel: 1,700-year-old gravestones uncovered.
Another beautiful, ancient and detailed mosaic is uncovered in Lod, and ready to be displayed to the public this week.
An extremely rare sarcophagus has been uncovered at a building site in Ashkelon.
Israeli archaeologists have uncovered a curious double tale of an ancient ritual pool and two Australian soldiers during WWII.
Shuka Dorfman, head of the Israel Antiquities Authority, has passed away at 64 after a serious illness.
A rare monastery seal was discovered in a Jewish neighborhood in Jerusalem -- and presented to the Greek Orthodox Patriarch, who noted its importance.
A gold signet ring naming Egyptian Pharaoh Seti I was found in an ancient coffin in the Jezreel Valley.
Greetings from the Roman Empire! Thanks to the need to install a new drainage pipe, archaeologists have dug up for the first time a well-preserved section of an ancient road in the capital.
Israel Antiquities Authority: The seal, discovered during excavations of the drainage channel between the City of David and the Jerusalem Archaeological Garden, "is engraved with the name of its owner: 'Lematanyahu Ben Ho…' ('למתניהו בן הו...' meaning: 'Belonging to Matanyahu Ben Ho…')."