Hundreds of dolmens have been surveyed in the Upper Galilee and the Golan Heights, but to date, the dolmens and the civilization that constructed them have remained a mystery.
Despite the city's dire situation after the destruction, efforts were made to restore the administrative authorities to normal.
The research reveals that the migration from Africa occurred during a period of a global ice age and supports the belief that the adaptations that made humanity the dominant species on Earth appeared early on in our evolution.
Hundreds of Israeli and Jewish heritage and archaeology sites in Judea and Samaria would be removed from Israeli control and transferred to the PA.
Despite the apparent importance of The Northern Line, its construction is not mentioned in any contemporary documents.
"The ancient DNA proves that two copies of Jeremiah, textually different from each other, were brought from outside the Judaean Desert."
It is likely that the partzufa decorated a fountain that received its water from the Tzipori aqueduct that delivered water from the springs in the mountains of Nazareth.
“The Canaanites, albeit living in different city-states, were culturally and genetically similar."
The tablet depicts the scene of a man leading a captive. This is an important person, wearing a skirt, holding a captive man whose hands are tied behind his back.
The complex was used by Jerusalem residents during the Early Roman period, before the destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70.
More than three dozen scholars from around the world will gather online to share new research and discoveries on the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The revolt lasted about five years, causing heavy casualties among the Roman legions – so much so that they had to deploy large military units from around the Roman Empire to complete their ranks.
Erasing this relic of Jewish history from the landscape is extremely important to the PA, whose official line is that there never was a Jewish presence in the area prior to the Zionist Congress of 1897.
"This is the inevitable outcome of the fact that armed PA police are walking around in distinctly Israeli areas. We urge the Israeli government to adopt a plan to protect our heritage sites."
The damaged site includes archaeological findings from the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Early Muslim periods.
COGAT's enforcement activity was cut to only 30% in the wake of the pandemic, and as a result, grave robbers and treasure hunters have been roaming unmolested throughout the ancient sites of Judea and Samaria.
For the past 15 years the stone is weighing heavily on his heart.
He did it, he said, in light of the coronavirus crisis, and his feeling that “the end of the world is nigh.”
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.
"What we found sheds new light on ancient life in the region. It would be hard to overstate the importance of these findings.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
"The two appear to have been working during the same years, received shipments from the same places and handled the same types of goods."
"The country's recent rainstorms have uncovered archaeological finds that were buried in the ground."
Arabs turned a millennia old burial cave into a water cistern.
In addition to the measuring table, tens of stone measuring weights were also discovered in the same vicinity.
The large-scale excavation, carried out southeast of Tell Yavneh, has revealed a massive number of pottery kilns.