city of david excavation

The “Adonayahu Asher  Al Habayit” bulla (seal). Photo
2,600-year-old Hebrew seal found near Western Wall

According to the City of David Foundation, there are three people with the name Adoniyahu in the Bible, the most famous being King David’s son.

By LEON SVERDLOV
11/09/2019
The bulla “(belonging) to Nathan-Melech, Servant of the King”
2,600 year old seal discovered in City of David

The seal was deciphered by Dr. Anat Mendel-Geberovich of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Center for the Study of Ancient Jerusalem.

A "half-shekel" weight from the First Temple period discovered in the Emek Tzurim sifting project in
'Half-shekel' from First Temple era unearthed near City of David

The half-shekel weight will be presented to the general public on Hanukka in Emek Tzurim National Park.

Travel Jerusalem with no stone left unturned in the City of David

Jerusalem is holy to three religions: Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

By MEITAL SHARABI
25/10/2018
Bronze coin from 4th year of Great Revolt found at national park

The discovery was made in sifting project in the City of David.

Small amulet makes for a large find

A 1,000-year-old clay amulet inscribed with a blessing in Arabic was discovered in the City of David.

By ROCKY BAIER
14/06/2018
Archeology in Israel as a political weapon

Emek Shaveh’s Mizrachi: When you control the past, you control the present and the future.

AN AERIAL view of the Old City of Jerusalem.
Evidence of Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem unearthed in City of David

"These findings depict the affluence and character of the Judean Kingdom and are mesmerizing proof of the city’s demise at the hands of the Babylonians."

City of David‏
JPost Editorial: Eternal capital

Hundreds of thousands of visitors – schoolchildren, soldiers, VIPs and common citizens – stream annually to see the excavations which prove that here King David established his capital.

Khirbet Qeiyafa dans la vallée d’Elah
Des fouilles archéologiques auraient permis d'exhumer le site de Chaarayim

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
04/12/2016
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