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Rachel Bernstein

Rachel Bernstein is an editor and contributing writer at The Jerusalem Post. After working as a reporter for The Baltimore Business Journal, The Daily Record and Space News, she is finishing a PhD in desert studies and archaeology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Sifting through temple mount debris at the new Masuot Lookout site.

Temple Mount project: Salvaging heritage from archaeological crime debris

10/20/2019
2,000 year-old bones discovered in Jericho

2,000-year-old Jewish bones found in Jericho receive burial in Kfar Adumim

05/22/2019
VISITORS LOOK at the V-1 flying bomb, which will be integrated into the new Holocaust galleries

Diaspora Affairs: Shepherding a legacy through change

04/12/2019
Soccer Football - Premier League - Leicester City vs Chelsea - Leicester, Britain - September 9, 201

Chelsea Football Club chooses light over the darkness of antisemitism

04/06/2019
The "Bes-Vessel" discovered March 20th, 2019

Ancient Persian-era jar fragment found in City of David

03/20/2019
Remains from the crusader church

NGO fights to open forgotten Byzantine church in Jerusalem’s Jewish Quarter

03/01/2019
WILL THE Caesarea National Park be approved as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO?

Holy Land heritage on hold

02/01/2019
ZERO MOSTEL and Gene Wilder in ‘The Producers’

Finding the Holocaust in musical culture

01/24/2019
The Hellenistic horse figurine found near Tel Acre

Two ancient horse figurines found in north after winter rains

01/22/2019

University of Haifa researchers identify 5,600-year-old Scandinavian salmon

01/16/2019
PNINA MOED KASS entertains young admirers

A famous snail and its creator take it slow and easy

01/11/2019
Small oil lamp wick from 1,500 years ago found in Shivta, December 10th, 2018.

Hecht Museum in Haifa to open two new archaeology exhibits

01/07/2019

Two Roman statues discovered near burial site in Beit She'an

12/30/2018

A look back at Jerusalem’s top stories of 2018

12/28/2018
Part of the treasure from the cave on display.

Peki’in exhibit to display treasure from historic Chalcolithic burial cave

12/11/2018
The newly discovered Roman-era pool in Tzipori

Discovered Roman-era pool could be 'the krona of Tzipori' from Talmud

12/11/2018

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