Articles in "Israel Antiquities Authority"

Archeologists Discover 1,700 Year Old Mosaic in Lod

Archeologists unearthed a rare, multi-colored Roman mosaic dating back about 1,700 years, during excavations this month in Lod, the Israel ...

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 ...

Dead Sea Scrolls Headline US Show of Israeli Artifacts

“This is the biggest exhibition we have ever done outside Israel,” said Dr. Miki Saban, Director of National Treasures at the ...

500,000 Year Old Village Casts Light on Ancient World in Israel

A half-million-year-old archaeological site discovered in the Sharon region has given researchers an important window into ancient life in ...

Construction Works Unveil ‘Spectacular’ Byzantine Monastery Near Beit Shemesh

Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a 1,500-year-old monastery and church during works to expand the city of Beit Shemesh, the ...

Two Detained in Galilee, Suspected of Demaging Ancient Site

The Israel Antiquities Authority's Robbery Prevention Squad, Tiberias police and Border Police units unearthed a 2,000-year-old labyrinth ...

Second Temple Era Roman Theater Discovered Underneath The Western Wall

Archeologists in Jerusalem have unearthed a Second Temple-era Roman theater underneath the Western Wall, the Israel Antiquities Authority ...

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 ...

Fashion, Edomite Style: Researchers Find 3,000 Year Old Plant Dyes at Timna

The mystery of King Solomon’s mines has yet to be solved, but researchers have found dyestuff used to dye textiles in the area of the ...