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"This is one of the earliest mosques known of from the time of the first arrival of Islam in Israel, after the Arab conquest in 636 C.E."
Thousands of Neolithic arrow-heads, as well as art and jewelry, were found in a site once housing about 3,000 people.
The Haifa findings truly gave new life to Prof. Roderiguez's research.
Excavators discovered large cistern while preparing for a new neighborhood.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Two men in their 30s shattered multiple antiquities at a site in the north.
By URI BOLLAG
"We are happy and excited to unveil another piece of Jewish history and to make it accessible to the general public."
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The find is the first written evidence of the name "Jerusalem" found on a column drum dating from the Herodian period.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
About three years ago, I was shocked to learn that the Israeli government decided to establish a new town for the Druze community on the southern slopes of the Horns of Hattin National Park.
By RAFAEL (RAFI) LEWIS
University of Haifa and Stanford University researchers discovered the earliest evidence of alcohol production, from 13,000 years ago, in the Rakefet Cave in the Carmel.
Study found the earliest evidence of alcohol production in a cave in northern Israel.
“We are learning that human evolution is much more interesting and much more complicated than we used to think,” said Bence Viola, a University of Toronto anthropologist.
By DEBORAH NETBURN/TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE
Researchers found that migration was the key to rise and fall of the Copper Age in the region.
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