Articles in "Israeli history"

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 ...

First Temple Era Administrative Center from the Days of King Hezekiah Uncovered in Jerusalem

A 2,700-year-old administrative storage center from the days of the kings Hezekiah and Menashe was recently uncovered by Israeli ...

Prehistoric Structures in Northern Israel Reveal Rock Art of a Mysterious Ancient Culture

A study of large prehistoric stone monuments has led to the discovery of 4,200-year-old art engraved on the walls of megalithic burial ...

Seal Discovered in Jerusalem’s Old City Indicates Restoration of the City in Ezra and Nehemiah Period

A seal and a seal impression recently discovered in the City of David in Jerusalem bears witness to the restoration of the city in the ...

Surprise: Jordanian Ammunition Stash from Six-Day War Discovered Near the Western Wall

An ammunition stash left behind by Jordanian soldiers during the 1967 Six-Day War was exposed during excavations underneath the lobby of ...

200,000-Year-Old Fossils from Israeli Cave Change Our Understanding of Human History

Contrary to a popular theory that the cold and dry climate of the Ice Age was a barrier to the intercontinental migration of humans, new ...

Decoded DNA Extracted from Dead Sea Scrolls Enables Glimpse Into Second Temple World

The decoding of DNA extracted from fragments of parchment of the Second Temple era Dead Sea Scrolls indicates that 2,000 years ago, ...

Rare 3,500-Year-Old Tablet Found by 6-Year-Old Israeli Boy on Trip in South

A small clay tablet depicting a captor leading a naked and humiliated captive was discovered by six-year-old Imri Elya from Kibbutz Nirim ...

Unique Second Temple Era Subterranean System Exposed Near Western Wall

A unique subterranean system hewn in the bedrock from the Second Temple period was recently discovered beneath an impressive 1400-year-old ...

After 67 Years of Service, IAF Closing Famed Squadron that Bombed Iraq Nuclear Plant

The Israeli Air Force's (IAF) 117th Squadron, which led the attack on Iraq's nuclear plant, will close in October as part of the IDF's ...