Caves have been excavated for decades in the area where Dead Sea Scrolls were found.
1,500-year-old ‘incantation bowls’ were among hundreds of items found, believed to be intended for the illegal antiquities trade.
Among the findings are typical Roman cult artifacts decorated with figures and pagan symbols, which prove that they were likely the original property of Roman soldiers.
While on duty, a team of detectives from the Lev HaBira police station noticed three people in a car who drew their suspicion, so they searched the vehicle.
According to a legend, some Ottoman treasures were buried in some sites in Southern Israel.
The citadel might have been part of a network of defensive structures to protect the capital at the time of the Kings of Judah.
A team of Israeli archaeological researchers identified a Crusader encampment in the area of the Tzipori Springs in Galilee, the first time that a Crusader encampment was found in the field.
Hundreds of artifacts from the Hasmonean, Roman, Byzantine and Islamic period were saved from an illegal antique dealer.
Initially, archaeology was only a passion, something Navot Rom studied to fulfill his interests, but he didn’t plan it as a career.
Archaeologists found ancient artifacts in a salvage excavation prior to the construction of a new neighborhood near Tel Aviv.