jerusalem archaeology

Jerusalem’s secret: Hidden gardens of the Old City

Our green-fingered acquaintances in the Old City display a contentment rare in these parts.

By SUSAN KENNEDY , JON IMMANUEL
16/07/2020
New study dates Temple arch at 2,000-years-old

The research also led to the discovery of a previously unknown theater-like structure.

UNESCO CHIEF Audrey Azoulay speaks at the Internet Governance Forum at UNESCO HQ
Palestinian aggression against interfaith harmony at UNESCO

On April 11, the organization’s 58-member executive board will vote on the twice-a-year resolutions.

Israeli archaeology uncovers 500,000 years of history

University of Haifa and Stanford University researchers discovered the earliest evidence of alcohol production, from 13,000 years ago, in the Rakefet Cave in the Carmel.

The Hellenistic-era earring unearthed near Jerusalem's Old City on August 8, 2018
Over 2000 years later: Ancient gold earring discovered in City of David

The earring features a horned animal dating back to the early Hellenistic period.

Isaiah seal
Researchers believe they dug up seal of doomsday prophet Isaiah

The 2,700-year-old clay relic was found at the foot of the southern wall of Temple Mount.

Seal from First Temple Period found at Kotel supports biblical accounts

The new find supports the biblical rendering of the existence of a governor of Jerusalem 2,700 years ago, says archeologist.

Archeology in Israel as a political weapon

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

TOURISTS VISIT Jerusalem’s ancient Shiloah (Siloam) pool, the place where pilgrims would immerse bef
Jerusalem's newest ancient site: The Pilgrims’ Ascent

Controversy, politics, doubts fade away underground, as the astounding treasure of our history is revealed.

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