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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.
The cistern, suggested to be dated from the Byzantine period, may be part of upcoming renovations.
New discoveries could help solve the debate over who authored the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Visitors will be able to pray in Caesarea's 2,000-year-old synagogue. Joint development initiated to draw 3 million tourists to ancient port city by 2030.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The statue fragment was probably made in the Egyptian art style common during the Late Bronze Age, approximately 3,500 years ago.
The Kula Forest offers visitors a plethora of activities, from wildlife viewing and hiking to exploring archeological sites.
By MEITAL SHARABI
There are over 1,200 documented caves in Israel, although researchers believe thousands more remain undiscovered.
Findings from 10th century BC may provide evidence of biblical battle in Kingdom of Edom
Gabriel Barkay was told by Arab guard and police not to refer to holy site as ‘Temple Mount’ during tour with college students.
"It’s rare to find a wall engraving of a menorah, which substantiates the scientific research regarding the Jewish nature of the settlement during the Second Temple period," says archeologist.
Fava – also known as the faba or ful bean – is a nutritious source of protein, fiber, carbohydrates and minerals in the diets of many cultures around the world.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Le site de Khirbet Qeiyafa est-il la ville biblique perdue de Chaarayim ? Abritait-il un sanctuaire conçu sur le modèle du Temple de Salomon à Jérusalem ?
By BEN FISHER
Archeologists uncovered his name – Gargilius Antiques – engraved on a massive rectangular stone, during a maritime excavation at the Tel Dor archeological site south of Haifa.
By SHARON UDASIN
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