Rossella Tercatin

Rossella Tercatin

Rossella Tercatin is an Italian journalist based in Jerusalem. She is the archaeology reporter at The Jerusalem Post. She also reports on the Jewish world, innovation and culture.

How is coronavirus affecting developing countries?

08/05/2020
Rice trial - Maharashtra India Sept 2018

Israeli start-up enables farmers to grow crops in salty water

08/05/2020
Flints found near Dimona, in the Negev, summer 2020

100,000 years ago, modern humans leaving Africa passed through the Negev

08/04/2020

100,000 years ago, modern humans leaving Africa crossed the Negev

08/04/2020

Israel's Coronavirus cabinet weighs full lockdown from mid-August

08/04/2020
A clay head dated to the 10th century BC, found at Khirbet Qeiyafa

Hebrew U. archaeologist says he found 'face of God'

08/03/2020
Outdoor exhibition "Ashkelon - The city and the sea"

New outdoor exhibit showcases rich history of ancient Ashkelon

08/02/2020

Third Crusade site where Christian forces defeated Muslim army identified

08/02/2020

Major fire breaks out at Susya archaeological site in Hebron hills

07/30/2020

In light of coronavirus crisis, resilience is crucial, says Takeda GM

07/30/2020

Underwater bricks show skills of prehistoric inhabitants of Israel

07/29/2020

What did Jerusalem look like at the time of the original Tisha Be'av?

07/28/2020

1,300-year-old church with colorful mosaics discovered in the Galilee

07/28/2020

Grape pits show how ancient Christian villages in the Negev rose and fell

07/28/2020

Childhood events can affect fertility, Israeli scientists say

07/29/2020

Christian, Muslim symbols found in 7th century shipwreck in Israel

07/29/2020

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