Articles in "Galilee"

IDF Soldier Attacked During Maneuver in Galilee

An IDF soldier was attacked by an Arab while conducting a maneuver in the Galilee on Wednesday night. The soldier, a cadet in the IDF's ...

1,300-year Old Church Uncovered Near Mount Tabor

A 1,300-year-old church with ornate mosaic floors, apparently part of a monastery, was discovered in Kfar Kama, near Mount Tabor in the ...

Israeli Students Discover 1,600-Year-Old Rare Gold Coin During Hike in Galilee

Ninth grade students on a hike in February in the fields alongside the Zippori stream in the Galilee chanced upon a 1,600-year-old rare ...

Galilee to Get First Boutique Hotel in Bedouin Village

Shibli–Umm al-Ghanam, a village with 7,000 residents at the foot of Mount Tabor will welcome the first high-end boutique hotel in a ...

Rare Menorah, Coin, Found in Galilee Archaeological Dig

A group of high school students discovered a 1,400-year-old intact oil lamp bearing the symbol of a menorah during an excavation at the ...

Winter Storm Does Little to Reverse Affect of Drought

Water officials say the country has received between 30 and 50 millimetres of rainfall in the past two days. But they added that the ...

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 ...

Antiquities thieves caught red handed in Tzipori

A pair of antiquities thieves was caught in the act over the weekend after an alert hiker notified authorities. A patrol from the Israel ...

Ancient Stone Engraving Unearthed in Upper Galilee

Archaeologists from Tel Hai College, the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem announced the discovery of a ...

Tomb Raiders Caught Red Handed in Northern Israel

Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) and Border Police officers thwarted last weekend a cell of tomb raiders at "Horvat Maskana," an ...