Articles in "Archeology"

WATCH: Arabs Turn Millennia Old Burial Cave into Water Cistern

Arabs have turned a 2,000-year-old burial cave in the Gush Etzion area into a water cistern, the Shomrim Al Hanetzach‎ organization has ...

Did Israeli Archeologists Uncover Jerusalem’s 2,000 Year Old Market on the Pilgrimage Road?

Israeli archeologists have recently exposed the top of a rare 2,000-year-old measuring table used for liquid items such as wine and olive ...

Fending Off Pervasive Arab Antiquities Theft in Judea and Samaria, ‘Guarding Eternity’ is Calling for Government Action

A group of Israeli hikers in the Samaria area recently came across a Roman-era archeological site that had been converted into a car ...

A 1,200-Year-Old Treasure Found in Southern Israel

A small treasure consisting of several gold coins was found last week during a series of Israel Antiquities Authority archaeological ...

Wine and Fish Sauce: Romans’ 2000-Year Old Culinary Preferences Revealed in Ashkelon

Recent archaeological excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) south of the coastal city of Ashkelon uncovered an ...

Egyptian Official Accuses Israel of Forging History, Claims ‘Jews Have No Heritage in Jerusalem’

Egyptian Foreign Affairs Council member and former Foreign Minister's Aide Raja Ahmed Hassan claimed that Israel is forging history and ...

Rare Roman-Era Mosaics Discovered in Ancient Golan Synagogue

Rare colorful mosaic fragments dating back to the third century CE have been uncovered in an ancient synagogue in the Golan Heights, the ...

Israeli Researchers Find Evidence of Human Migration from Europe to the Levant 40,000 Years Ago

Israeli researchers have discovered ancient human teeth in Manot Cave near the Sea of Galilee, suggesting that humans migrated from Europe ...

Israel Prevents Illegal Arab Construction from Destroying Second Temple Era Palaces

Israeli officials on Sunday saved a rare Second Temple period archeological site in the Jericho area, including palaces of the Hasmonean ...

1500-Year-Old Church Dedicated to Mysterious ‘Glorious Martyr’ Exposed in Jerusalem Area

A 1500-year-old church, decorated with remarkable mosaic floors and Greek inscriptions, was recently discovered in Ramat Beit Shemesh, near ...