Articles in "City of David"

Molotov Cocktails Thrown at Minivan in Jerusalem in Apparent Terror Attack

A vehicle was firebombed in Jerusalem's City of David Monday night and burned out in a suspected terror attack. All passengers were able ...

Fearing Doomsday Coronavirus Pandemic, Israeli Returns Stolen Archeological Artifact

Some 15 years after an Israeli stole a ballista stone from the archaeological site in the City of David, he decided this weekend to return ...

Putin Receives 2,000-Year-Old Coin Uncovered in Jerusalem

Russian President Vladimir Putin received on Thursday from a 2,000-year coin uncovered in Jerusalem at the City of David ...

Ancient Seal Bearing Name Mentioned in Bible Discovered in Jerusalem’s Old City

Israeli archeologists recently unearthed a rare and exciting discovery in the City of David in the heart of Jerusalem's Old City - a ...

Just in Time for Purim: Persian Jar Decorated with Mask Found in Jerusalem’s Old City

A fragment of a clay jar decorated with a human face dating back to the Persian period was discovered in the Givati parking lot excavation ...

Rare Weight From First Temple Period Unearthed In Jerusalem

In a rare and surprising find, a stone weight from the First Temple period has been discovered in excavations in east Jerusalem, the Israel ...

Old City Excavations Shed Light on Tisha B’av Destruction

Jerusalem archeologists have unearthed an access road leading from the Kidron Valley and Shiloah Pool to the Temple Mount, as well as a ...

Archeologists Uncover Rare 9th Century Clay Amulet With Arabic Blessing

A clay amulet with a blessing in Arabic, dating back to the Abbasid period (9th-10th centuries CE), was discovered in the Givati Parking ...

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 ...

Evidence of Destruction of Ancient Jerusalem Unveiled in Capital

Evidence of the destruction of First Temple era Jerusalem in 586 BCE at the hands of the Babylonians has recently been unearthed in the ...