Articles in "Excavation"

Archaeologists Unearth Pendant at Sobibór Death Camp, Possibly Tied to Anne Frank

A multinational team of archaeologists has unearthed a trove of personal items  at the site of the Sobibór death camp, including a ...

3,600-Year-Old Jewels Found in Judean Foothills

Israeli archaeologists announced the discovery Monday of a rare treasure of gold and silver objects dating back about 3,600 years to the ...

First-Temple-Era Gate Shrine Unearthed in Israel

Archaeologists in Israel have unearthed a city-gate and shrine dating to the First Temple Era. An Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) team ...

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 ...

Fragment of Ancient Egyptian Statue Excavated in Northern Israel

Tel Hazor (TPS) - A fragment of a large limestone statue depicting an Egyptian official who lived approximately 3,900 years ago during the ...

Newly Discovered Cemetery Suggests Philistines Migrated to Israel

Ashkelon (TPS) – A Philistine cemetery has been discovered for the first time in Israel, possibly shedding light on the mystery of the ...

Saving the Dead Sea Scrolls from Looters, Hundreds Flock to Desert Caves

Judean Desert (TPS) - An extraordinary archaeological excavation has been going on in Israel for over a week now, with more than 500 ...

Colorful Mosaic Uncovered in Unique Byzantine Church in Gush Etzion

Migdal Oz (TPS) -  A colorful mosaic and various archeological artifacts have been recently unearthed at the site of a large, uniquely ...

Major Winery Discovered in Ancient Canaanite Palace

The winery of a 3,800-year-old Canaanite palace was recently unearthed in Tel Kabri in Israel’s western Galilee region. The discovery ...

Jerusalem Excavation Reveals 2,700-Year-Old Seal of Israelite King

Jerusalem (TPS) - The first ever seal impression of a Judean king was unearthed in Jerusalem on Wednesday, December 2, during a scientific ...