Articles in "Israeli archeology"

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 ...

PA is Confiscating Rare Ancient Archeological Finds

A Palestinian Authority (PA) court in Hebron convened on Tuesday to discuss a claim filed by a resident demanding that the PA return to his ...

How the PA Has Turned an Ancient Hasmonean Fortress into a ‘Palestinian Tourist Site’

The Palestinian Authority (PA) has recently seized a Hasmonean-era fortress in Samaria and has converted it into "a Palestinian tourist ...

‘Breath-Taking’: Rare 3,000-Year-Old Canaanite Temple Discovered in South Israel  

A team of Israeli archeologists from the Hebrew University has unearthed a rare Canaanite Temple at Lachish in southern Israel, together ...

Arab Antiques Thief Caught with 232 Ancient Coins

Israeli authorities recently arrested an antiques bandit from the Arab village of Kafr Kanna who was caught with 232 antique coins stolen ...

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 ...

Caesarea: 13-Year-Old Sets Out to Find Mushrooms, Discovers Byzantine-Era Inscription

13-year-old Stav Meir, a resident of Caesarea, went out a week ago with his father, brothers and cousins, to look for mushrooms in the area ...

Did Israeli Archeologists Uncover Jerusalem’s 2,000 Year Old Market on the Pilgrimage Road?

Israeli archeologists have recently exposed the top of a rare 2,000-year-old measuring table used for liquid items such as wine and olive ...

Fending Off Pervasive Arab Antiquities Theft in Judea and Samaria, ‘Guarding Eternity’ is Calling for Government Action

A group of Israeli hikers in the Samaria area recently came across a Roman-era archeological site that had been converted into a car ...

Wine and Fish Sauce: Romans’ 2000-Year Old Culinary Preferences Revealed in Ashkelon

Recent archaeological excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) south of the coastal city of Ashkelon uncovered an ...