Articles in "Archeology"

PA Arabs Again Damages Site of Yehoshua ben Nun’s Altar on Mount Ebal

Unknown individuals from the Palestinian Authority (PA) have again caused damage to the Biblical-era site of Yehoshua ben Nun’s Altar on ...

Advanced Management Skills Made Arava Area ‘Copper Power’ of Ancient World, Israeli Study Finds

Thanks to advanced management methods and impressive technological creativity, the Arava Valley’s ancient copper industry managed to ...

First Temple Era Lavatory Reveals Jerusalem’s Elite Suffered from Infectious Disease

Jerusalem's elite suffered from an infectious disease at some point during the First Temple era, analysis of a cesspit beneath the ...

WATCH: Ancient Treasures Recovered from 2 Shipwrecks Off Israel’s Coast

The Israel Antiquities Authority Marine Archaeology Unit conducted a survey off the coast of Caesarea and recovered treasures from two ...

First Evidence in Ancient East of Beer Consumption Within a Community 7,200 Years Ago

Israeli archeologists from the University of Haifa have uncovered the first evidence in the ancient East of beer consumption within a ...

Ancient Items Seized from Arab Bandits Believed to be Loot Taken by Bar Kochba Rebels from Romans

Ancient decorated bronze firepans for incense and vessels for pouring wine that were probably taken from a hiding tunnel system from the ...

2nd Synagogue from Second Temple Period Found in Migdal in North

A 2ת000-year-old synagogue from the Second Temple period was recently discovered in Migdal, a large Jewish settlement from this period, ...

On Last Day of Hanukkah, Arab Caught With Ancient Hasmonean-Era Artifacts

Israeli police detectives located archeological items thousands of years old in the possession of an Arab resident of eastern Jerusalem, ...

In Time for Chanukah, 700-Year-Old Lamp Found in Ancient Susya in Hebron Hills

Just before Chanukah, school students from Susya, in the Hebron Hills, found a unique oil lamp that was used to illuminate the nights of ...

First-Ever Remains of Sanhedrin Era Building Uncovered in Coastal City of Yavneh

Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) excavations being carried out on a massive scale in the city of Yavne have uncovered the first evidence ...