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PA calls for international fact-finding commission after top Israeli court rules that information on activities can remain secret.
Ex-agency head to ‘Post’: Mixing religion and politics is dangerous.
The National Library is swamped with calls from “collectors” from Arab countries offering “historical manuscripts” that supposedly once belonged to Jewish communities in Islamic lands.
Professor Amnon Ben tor is famous in his field for his strict scientific rigor and humor as a lecturer.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
2,000-year-old olive and wine presses, a burial cave and mikvah from the descendants of the Maccabees were found in south Jerusalem neighborhood.
By BEN BRESKY
“Walla, God has given me an amazing opportunity here, to do something which I truly love, and that is what I will do,” Boaz exclaimed.
By A.Y. KATSOF
Under the rule of the Shah, Dr. Gabriel Barkai was able to take part in the excavations that took place in Susa, the same city mentioned in the book of Esther.
By ASSAF AVRAHAM/YNET
A rescue dig uncovered a wealth of archaeological findings from the First Temple Period, leading historians to reconsider accepted narratives.
The shard contains a depiction of the deity Bes, who protected households.
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
This is the only mosaic from the time of the Talmud that has been found in the ancient Jewish village of Korazim.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
It is rare that the name of a town is found in the town itself, making this the first archaeological evidence of Haluza.
Proponents say it will help tourists get to the Old City, but the Karaites join environmentalists, archaeologists and watch-dog groups in petitioning against the cable car project.
The abandoned ruins of the church had been discovered during an excavation in the Jewish Quarter in the 1970s by Prof. Nahman Avigad.
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