Articles in "Israeli archaeology"

Arabs Vandalize Joshua’s Altar on Mount Ebal

Arabs vandalized an archaeological site in Israel’s biblical heartland that millions of Jews and Christians revere as the location where ...

Archeologists Uncover Ancient Stone Workshop Outside Jerusalem

Israeli archeologists have discovered an ancient workshop for the manufacture of stone utensils just outside Jerusalem, the Civil ...

Israel Angered as UNESCO Designates Jericho Ruins as World Heritage Site in ‘Palestine’

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) voted on Sunday to recognize ancient ruins near Jericho as a ...

UNESCO Prepares to Label Biblical Jericho Sites as ‘Palestinian’

Likud lawmaker Dan Illouz sent a letter to UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay asking her to prevent ancient Jericho from being listed ...

Archaeologists Uncover Longest Section of Aqueduct in Jerusalem

Archaeologists uncovered a 300-meter portion of a Second Temple period aqueduct in Jerusalem, the longest such continuous stretch ever ...

Prehistoric Humans in Hula Valley Traveled Long Distances for High-Quality Flint, New Study Reveals

Israeli researchers have discovered that early humans living in the Hula Valley traveled long distances for high quality flint, challenging ...

Israel Unveils Restored Christian Mosaic Floor in Zippori

Israel's Parks and Nature Authority unveiled a colorful mosaic floor in the Zippori National Park that has been undergoing restorative ...

4,000-Year-Old Ostrich Eggs Discovered in Israeli Negev

Eight ostrich eggs more than 4,000 years old were discovered during an archaeological dig in the southern Negev, the Israel Antiquities ...

Jerusalem’s Elite in the Kingdom of Judah 2,600 Years Ago Preferred Wine with Touches of Vanilla, New Study Finds

Researchers from Tel Aviv University and the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) who examined jars unearthed during excavations in the City ...

In First, Inscription Dating to Biblical Judges Era and Relates to Book of Judges Found in Israel

For the first time in history, an inscription dating from the time of the biblical Judges some 3,100 years ago and relating to the Book of ...


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