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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.
Is Khirbet Qeiyafa the lost biblical city of Shaaraim? And did it have a shrine modeled after Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem?
By BEN FISHER
In addition to the unique pottery vessel, other vessels and metal items were found, including several daggers, arrowheads, an axe head, sheep bones, and what are likely the bones of a donkey.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Proposed pluralist prayer area would be built above Herodian-era remains.
By JEREMY SHARON
Archeologists discover artifacts dating back some 3,600 year at the Tel Gezer excavation site.
By ARIEL WHITMAN
Les Palestiniens poursuivent leur offensive et réclament désormais les Manuscrits
de la mer Morte
By MICHÈLE MAZEL
The coin from the 8th century AD, is inscribed with Arabic and mentions the name of the Prophet Muhammad and speaks of monotheism.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
The tablet was acquired in 1943 by an archeologist, who owned it until his death in 2000.
"This is a fascinating testimony of the intensive bombardment by the Roman army, led by Titus, on their way to conquering the city and destroying the Second Temple," says IAA.
Rencontre avec Frankie Snyder, la femme qui recolle les dalles du Second Temple
By CARL HOFFMAN
An archeological hub for visitors from both Israel and abroad, the campus will also house an educational center for students.
By SHARON UDASIN
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