Israel’s rich biblical history can be found in the country’s archaeology. The Jerusalem Post shares the latest on archaeological excavations at significant biblical and historical sites in Israel and the region.
The identification of the wreck offers a fascinating glimpse into the past, enabling us to learn more about the maritime history of the 17th century.
Security forces caught the thieves and discovered that they had uncovered thousand-year-old sarcophagi in their attempt to rob the site.
The mummy, found with three others, is thought to be one of the best-preserved and oldest discovered in Egypt.
The field team in the discovery also discovered two Iron Age puts that may have been used for watering holes for livestock.
This moat, now dry, was believed to have kept the first Crusaders from breaching the city of Jerusalem.
Researchers found that people during the Bronze Age married their cousins with surprising frequency, for reasons as of yet unknown.
Close to 50 amulets were found on the body of a 2,300-year-old teenage mummy kept in the Cairo Egyptian Museum.
The papyrus scroll was fully restored and translated at Tahrir's Egyptian Museum and has been named the Waziri Papyrus after Mostafa Waziri.
The discovery was made in 2021, when researchers that were excavating an ancient burial ground near the lake, found it among one of the burial sites.
The buried dogs, 87% of which were puppies, are thought to have died as a result of flooding, according to archaeologists.