Inspired by Coronavirus Doom, Repentant Thief Returns Ancient Missile to State Agency

He did it, he said, in light of the coronavirus crisis, and his feeling that “the end of the world is nigh.”
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PA ‘Confiscating’ Rare Archaeological Finds from Private Collector

After the PA learned of the rare collection's existence, it has repeatedly confiscated pieces from the collection. PA officials may have privately sold some of them.

Palestinian Authority Converts Ancient Hasmonean (Jewish) Fortress into a ‘Palestinian Tourist Site’

The PA also broke a wall and blocked the water reservoirs at the ancient Jewish site of Tel Aruma.

Hebrew U Archaeologists Reveal a Letter (Samekh) Carved on Biblical Era Jar

"What we found sheds new light on ancient life in the region. It would be hard to overstate the importance of these findings.”

Haifa, San Diego Universities Get $1.3 Million to Explore Man’s Adopting to Climate Change...

Over the past century, Scripps Oceanography has developed cutting-edge research tools to study environmental change involving marine geology and geophysics, coastal processes, paleomagnetism, paleobiology, and climate science.

TAU Dig Outside Jerusalem Unearths a Rival to King Solomon’s Temple

The Moẓa temple's architectural plan and decorations that adorn the ritual vessels are similar to those attributed to Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem in the Book of Kings I chapter 6.

Archaeologists Unearth Crate of Historic Judaica Items Under Synagogue in Poland

Inside were 350 objects, including artifacts from the World War I and 18 cap badges with the initials of Austro-Hungarian emperor Franz Joseph, who ruled from 1848 until his death in 1916.

Arab Antiquities Thief Caught with 232 Ancient Coins

Excavating in antiquities sites without a license and destroying such sites constitute severe violations of the law in Israel, for which the law prescribes up to five years in prison.

TAU Algorithm Shows Biblical Samaria Inscriptions Were Written by Just Two Palace Officials

"The two appear to have been working during the same years, received shipments from the same places and handled the same types of goods."

Only in Israel: Boy Went Mushroom Picking, Found Byzantine Marble Slab with Greek Inscription...

"The country's recent rainstorms have uncovered archaeological finds that were buried in the ground."
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Watch: The Dead are Swimming in the Water

Arabs turned a millennia old burial cave into a water cistern.

Findings Point to Site of Jerusalem’s Millennia-Old Marketplace on Pilgrimage Road

In addition to the measuring table, tens of stone measuring weights were also discovered in the same vicinity.

1,200-Year Old Cruse Loaded with Gold Coins Found in Yavneh Excavation

The large-scale excavation, carried out southeast of Tell Yavneh, has revealed a massive number of pottery kilns.

Archeologists Find Evidence of Rapidly Rising Sea Levels in Israel 7,000 Years Ago

"The Tel Hreiz seawall represents the earliest example of a coastal defense of this type known to date."

Wine and Fish Sauce – Roman Culinary Preferences Revealed in Ancient Ashkelon

“Long before pasta and pizza, the ancient Roman diet was based largely on fish sauce."

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Rare Mosaic Discovered in Roman Period Golan Synagogue

The rich mosaic design may be proof that the synagogue was transformed from a place dedicated to learning, to a place of prayer for the entire local community.

Jerusalem’s ‘Tomb of the Kings’ Opens to Public for First Time in 10 Years

Israel’s Foreign Ministry hailed the reopening as a product of “long and strenuous” negotiations with French authorities.

TAU Researchers Find Teeth of Both Modern Men and Neanderthals in Galilee Cave

Researchers believe the Aurignacian culture first appeared in Europe some 43,000 years ago and produced bone tools, artifacts, jewelry, musical instruments and cave paintings.

Community Excavation Reveals Ancient Jewish Village with Mikvehs, Oil and Wine Presses, in Galilee

"Usha is mentioned in the Jewish sources many times in the Roman and Byzantine periods, as the village where the institution of the Sanhedrin was revived."

Israel Prevents Illegal Arab Construction from Destroying Second Temple Era Palaces

The destruction of archeological findings is commonplace in Judea and Samaria and is often used as a political tool to deny the historical Jewish presence in the region.

Spectacular Byzantine Church Unearthed in Israel Raises a Question: Who Was that ‘Glorious Martyr?’

"The martyr’s identity is not known, but the exceptional opulence of the structure and its inscriptions indicate that this person was an important figure."

5,000-Year Old City, Largest in Ancient Israel, Exposed in Sharon Valley

"There is no doubt that this site dramatically changes what we know about the character of the period and the beginning of urbanization in Israel."

TAU Unprecedented Archaeological Study Shows Egyptians Made Edom a Copper Superpower

Copper, used in ancient times to produce tools and weapons, was the most valuable resource in the Ancient Near East.

Israeli Team Finds Evidence of 500,000-Year-Old Purposely Recycled Tools

Tiny flint specimens were not merely industrial waste left over from the production of larger tools, but were deliberately produced from recycled discarded artifacts and intended for a specific use.

Israeli Arab Electrician Unearths 4500-Year Old Dagger Blade, Vessels, in Burial Grave

IAA representative Nir Distelfeld rushed to the scene and received from Yassin the exciting findings which will be transferred to the state treasury.

First Temple Period Bulla Discovered in Jerusalem Bears Name of Senior Biblical Official

"To hold such a significant find from 2,600 years ago, from the time of the Kingdom of Judah, is an amazing thing."

New Mosaic Floor Overlooking the Kinneret Illustrates Miracle of Feeding the Multitude

A colorful mosaic, with dedication inscriptions and descriptions of baskets with loaves and fish, was exposed at the “Burnt Church” in Hippos.

Enormous Fortifications Found in Ancient Gath, Goliath’s Hometown

The newly uncovered fortifications are nearly double the size of the previous fortifications found at the site.

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