Articles in "Byzantine Era"

WATCH: World’s Largest Byzantine-Era Winepresses Discovered in Israel

A massive and impressive Byzantine-era wine factory, the largest ever discovered in the world, was recently exposed near the coastal city ...

1,500-Year-Old Inscription with ‘Christ, Born of Mary’ Discovered in Jezreel Valley

An inscription in Greek dedicated to "Christ born of Mary" was recently unearthed during Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) excavations in ...

Israeli Archeologists Understand Decline of Byzantine Town in Negev Through Sheep Dung

Israeli archeologists were successful in unlocking another secret of 1,500-year-old Byzantine agriculture in the Negev, using an innovative ...

Israel Seizes Stolen Ancient Baptismal Font, PA Alleges ‘Colonial Plunder’

The IDF's Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) on Monday morning seized a rare Byzantine-era baptismal font from ...

Caesarea: 13-Year-Old Sets Out to Find Mushrooms, Discovers Byzantine-Era Inscription

13-year-old Stav Meir, a resident of Caesarea, went out a week ago with his father, brothers and cousins, to look for mushrooms in the area ...