Articles in "Archeology"

Archeologists Discover 1,700 Year Old Mosaic in Lod

Archeologists unearthed a rare, multi-colored Roman mosaic dating back about 1,700 years, during excavations this month in Lod, the Israel ...

Stone Drops from Western Wall; No Injuries

A 1-ton stone dropped out of the Western Wall in Jerusalem Monday.  The stone smashed on the ground, near the Robinson’s Arch ...

Lack of Funding Threatens to Shut Down Temple Mount Sifting Project

Archeologists in Jerusalem say they have uncovered evidence from the Temple Mount that appears to corroborate large sections of the ...

Old City Excavations Shed Light on Tisha B’av Destruction

Jerusalem archeologists have unearthed an access road leading from the Kidron Valley and Shiloah Pool to the Temple Mount, as well as a ...

Archeologists Salvage 2,000 Year Old Pottery Vessels From Cliffside Cave

In a joint operation, archeologists from the Safed Academic College and The Israeli Antiquities Authority, together with the Israel Cave ...

For Texas Archeologist, Shilo Discoveries Reinforce Christian Faith

When an unnamed media outlet placed Dr. Scott Stripling, the provost at The Bible Seminary in Katy (Houston), Texas and the Director of ...

Archeologists Uncover Rare 9th Century Clay Amulet With Arabic Blessing

A clay amulet with a blessing in Arabic, dating back to the Abbasid period (9th-10th centuries CE), was discovered in the Givati Parking ...

Ancient Winepress Found In Excavation of Water Reservoir

An ancient winepress dating back to the Byzantine period was discovered two weeks ago at the Tzippori National Park in the central Galilee ...

Advanced Imaging Technology Sheds New Light On Dead Sea Scrolls

Dozens of Dead Sea Scroll fragments, stored in boxes since archaeologists unearthed them in 1950’s, have been deciphered thanks to ...

Rare Menorah, Coin, Found in Galilee Archaeological Dig

A group of high school students discovered a 1,400-year-old intact oil lamp bearing the symbol of a menorah during an excavation at the ...