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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.
The town, which is situated 90 miles northwest of Marseille, had a large Jewish population in the 13th century.
Near Moshav Mishmar Hayarden is a fascinating archeological site called Hirbet Yarda, where remains from a number of different time periods have been uncovered.
By MEITAL SHARABI
"We now have to assess whether there was a relationship between bread production and the origins of agriculture," Arranz-Otaegui said.
The announcement is a disappointment to those who hoped to find the resting place of the lost Queen Nefertiti.
Jewish tomb and synagogue in Kurdish region of northern Iraq requires support to continue process of restoration
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
An exciting new discovery leads experts to wonder who was the important lady buried in such luxury.
The site includes a courtyard and niche where a statue of the goldsmith Amenemhat and his wife and one of his sons, as well as two burial shafts.
The enormous, elaborate set of Cecil Demille's 1928 silent film epic is finally being excavated, and it's a sight to see.
By ARIANE MANDELL
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
Archaeology provides the most powerful proof of the authenticity of Jewish history and the connection between the Jewish people and the land of Israel, and particularly, Jerusalem.
By MOSHE DANN
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