Israel Archeology

  • The Timna excavation site.

    Archaeologists unearth ancient copper-smelting site dating to King David

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • Israel archeology

    Hikers find Second Temple period engravings of menorah in Judean Shephelah cistern

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • Fava beans

    11,000-year-old beans found on Mt. Carmel could be used to improve modern crop

    By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

  • Bar-Kochba period ‏

    Maritime archeologists uncover the name of ancient Judean procurator

    By SHARON UDASIN

  • Khirbet Qeiyafa

    An archeological mystery and the search for King David

    By BEN FISHER

  • Israel archeology

    Rare 3,800-year-old pottery vessel with human sculpture discovered in Yehud

    By DANIEL K. EISENBUD

  • Western Wall

    Archeologists speak out against Western Wall deal for obscuring ancient ruins

    By JEREMY SHARON

  •  Medallion consisting of a Silver disc with an engraving of a Eight pointed star

    Trove of ancient gold, silver discovered at Israeli archeological site

    By ARIEL WHITMAN

  • Dor Yogev and Ella Dicks hold coins discovered in the town of Kama

    Teenagers discover 1,200-year-old coin in the Galilee

    By ELIYAHU KAMISHER

  • A stone tablet thought to be about 1,500 years old with a, worn-down chiseled inscription of the Ten

    1,500 year-old Ten Commandments tablet heads to auction in Texas

    By REUTERS