Archaeology

  • Findings displayed in the new archaeological center in Yokneam

    New archaeological visitor center opens in Yokneam

    By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG

  • First Temple-era eggshells offer crack at historical eating habits

    By HAGAY HACOHEN

  • Two mummies, of a woman and child, are on display  at al-Dayabat, Sohag, Egypt April 5, 2019

    Egypt unveils 2,500-year-old mummy at forgotten cemetery

    By REUTERS

  • mammoth

    Neanderthals, woolly mammoths shared genetic material, say TAU researchers

    By JERUSALEM POST STAFF

  • Large dirt mounds remain on the Temple Mount and are still waiting to be recovered for archaeologica

    Temple Mount Sifting Project to relaunch for Jerusalem Day

    By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN

  • Screenshot of video of ancient Egyptian tomb

    Archaeologists find 4,300-old Egyptian tomb near Cairo

    By JERUSALEM POST STAFF

  • Second Temple era excavation site in Beersheba

    Archaeologists unearth 2,000 year-old Second Temple era Beersheba settlement

    By YVETTE J. DEANE

  • Hasmonean-era burial caves near Jericho allegedly looted by local Arabs

    By ILANIT CHERNICK

  • The bulla “(belonging) to Nathan-Melech, Servant of the King”

    2,600 year old seal discovered in City of David

    By JERUSALEM POST STAFF

  • Prof. Amnon Ben Tor to receive Israel Prize in archaeology

    By HAGAY HACOHEN

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