Articles in "Israeli archeology"

Two 1,800-Year-Old Sarcophagi Uncovered at Ramat Gan Safari

Construction to build an expansive new facility at Ramat Gan Safari Park, an addition to its wildlife hospital, led to the extraordinary ...

IDF Soldier Finds Rare 1,800-Year-Old Coin While on Maneuver

IDF soldier Ido Gardi was on a training exercise on the slopes of Mount Carmel in northern Israel when he noticed something different on ...

120,000-Year-Old Messages Made of Bone Found in Israel

Israeli and French researchers have uncovered boned from the prehistoric ear with etchings, believed to be one of the oldest pieces of ...

Historical Discovery in Southern Israel Offers Glimpse into Wardrobe of King David and King Solomon

Groundbreaking research conducted by Israeli archaeologists enabled them to recover scraps of fabric dyed in royal purple from the time of ...

WWI-Era Grenade Found in Heart of Jerusalem

Archeologists working in the heart of Jerusalem to clear an area ahead of an upgrade of a park were surprised to chance upon a World War I ...

1,500-Year-Old Inscription with ‘Christ, Born of Mary’ Discovered in Jezreel Valley

An inscription in Greek dedicated to "Christ born of Mary" was recently unearthed during Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) excavations in ...

Arab Family Invades Biblical-Era Archeological Site and Turns it into Home

An Arab family has invaded an archeological site in northern Samaria and has turned it into its residence, the Regavim movement reported, ...

Cryptic Ancient Greek Inscription Chanced Upon in Negev

Who was Maria, who died on February 9 some 1,400 years ago and whose burial stone has recently been discovered in Nizzana National Park in ...

Israeli Authorities Take Down Gang Engaged in Illegal Trade in Antiquities

The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA)), the Israel Police and the Tax Authority launched a joint operation in the Tel Aviv area and ...

WATCH: Arab Bandits Caught Digging Illegally in Ancient Tekoa

Arab bandits digging at the archeological site of Tel Tekoa in Gush Etzion on Thursday were documented by the Shomrim Al Hanetzch ...