Israel Archeology

  • Artifacts from 1,500-year-old monastery and church unearthed in Beit Shemesh

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • A recently excavated Natufian hearth in Jordan

    New research challenges origins of ancient Middle East Natufian culture

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • A Muslim coin with a menorah symbol.

    Archeologists discover menorah inscribed on Early Islamic period coins

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • Archeology in Israel as a political weapon

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • An image of the 9 million-year-old bones unearthed on the shore of the Sea of Galilee

    First time in Israel: Ancient deer bones discovered near Sea of Galilee

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • Yehuda Greenfield-Gilat will be replacing Aaron Leibowitz on the Yerushalmim list at city council.

    This week in Jerusalem: Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs

    By PEGGY CIDOR

  • 4,000-year-old decapitated toads discovered in ancient Jerusalem tomb

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • Tomb raiders vandalize mysterious Judean Desert ‘skull cave’

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • Unprecedented 7,200-year-old vessel for food storage rituals found in Jordan Valley

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • THE RARE stone seal unearthed by the Temple Mount Sifting Project dating to the 10th century BCE.

    Know Comment: Fund the Temple Mount Sifting Project now

    By DAVID M. WEINBERG

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