Articles in "Archeology"

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 ...

Vast 5,000-Year-Old City, One of the First and Largest in Near East, Uncovered in Israel

A massive 5,000-years-old city, the largest and the most central ever uncovered in Israel, that was built on top of a 7,000-year-old town ...

Israeli Researchers Discover Evidence of Biblical Kingdom of Edom in South

Israeli researchers from Tel Aviv University have uncovered evidence of the ancient Kingdom of Edom, giving credence to the Biblical ...

Israeli Team Finds Evidence of 500,000-Year-Old Recycled Materials Used for Sophisticated Tools

The Acheulian culture survived in the Levant for over a million years during the Lower Paleolithic period (1,400,000 to 400,000 years ago). ...

Israeli Electrician Chances Upon Trove of 4,500-Year-Old Artifacts

An Israeli electrician on the way to work in the north chanced upon fascinating and rare archeological findings Ahmad Nassar Yasin, a ...

Is Joshua Ben-Nun’s Altar on Mount Ebal a Palestinian Heritage Site?

The municipality of Asira ash-Shamaliya, north of Shechem (Nablus), is probing the possibility of declaring the altar of Joshua Ben-Nun, on ...

Mosaic Floor Exposed Near Sea of Galilee, Possibly Depicting New Testament Miracle

A colorful mosaic, well-preserved and laden with decorations, including depictions of baskets with loaves of bread and fish, was recently ...

WATCH: Jerusalem’s Destruction and Construction – A Closer Look

King David made Jerusalem Israel's capital some 3,000 years ago, and his son Solomon built the First Temple. The city was sacked and the ...