Articles in "Archeology"

Rare 2,000-Year-Old Inscription Bears Full Spelling of Jerusalem

She sat in her office at the Binyanei Ha’Uma excavation, near the modern-day entrance to Jerusalem, doing paperwork. It was a cold and ...

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 ...

Jerusalem Archeologists Unearth “Message” from First-Temple Era Governor

Jerusalem archaeologists unearthed a seal dating to the First Temple period last week bearing the words “governor of Jerusalem,” the ...

Haifa Girl Finds Chanukah-era Candle Holder During Pre-Holiday Hike

It's that time of year again: Chanukah! A time to remember Jews’ suffering during the Greek occupation. A time to remember the ...

First Temple Era Engravings Discovered In Jerusalem

Jerusalem archeologists will display to the public a rare collection of seals (bullae) from the First Temple period at a conference in ...

Galilee Archeologists Unearth ‘Tantalizing’ Link to Second-Temple Era

Archeologists at Reina, in the Lower Galilee, said Thursday that the discovery of an Roman-era stone quarry used to make household items ...

Closing the Circle Between Ancient Judea and Modern Israel

More than 200 Jerusalem 11th graders unearthed a 2,000-year-old Jewish settlement, dating to the Second Temple Era, near Beit Shemesh. ...

Hikers Find Temple-Era Etching of Menorah, Cross Near Bet Shemesh

Israeli hikers unearthed a water cistern in the Judean foothills last weekend engraved with a seven-branched menorah and a cross ...

IAA Director: UNESCO Decision Is ‘Diplomatic Front’ of ISIS Violence

Last week’s UNESCO resolution rejecting the link between the Jewish People and Jerusalem set the stage for a ceremony Wednesday to mark ...

Temple Mount Sifting Project Restores the Courtyard Flooring of the Second Temple

Jerusalem (TPS) - Archeologists from the Jerusalem-based Temple Mount Sifting Project unveiled Tuesday a restored floor of painted tiles ...