Antiquities robbers sentenced to jail for destroying 2,000-year-old graves

Israel Antiquities Authority hopes prison terms will prove a deterrent … [Read more...]

Rabbi Yechiel Z. Eckstein honored with Jerusalem Post Award

Founder of largest Christian evangelical-funded NGO in Israel … [Read more...]

Israel Antiquities Authority revamps Dead Sea Scrolls website

Improved version of digital library has 10,000 high-quality new photographs … [Read more...]

State funding archaeological dig in heart of Hebron

Israel Antiquities Authority to excavate purported biblical site … [Read more...]

Section of Roman era Jaffa-Jerusalem road unearthed in capital

Road discovered during Israel Antiquities Authority dig prior to infrastructure project … [Read more...]

Jerusalem cave may be tomb of Jesus’s disciples

By NIR HASSON (Haaretz) Under an ordinary residential building in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood, a robotic arm with a camera inserted into a Second Temple-era burial cave has revealed … [Read more...]

New finds uncovered at the Hill of Jonah

ASHDOD (jpost.com)—An archeological find at the Hill of Jonah near Ashdod may prove that the area had been occupied during the time when archeologists believe the Prophet Jonah walked the … [Read more...]

Archeologists find 1,500-year-old kosher bread stamp

ACCO (JWN)—Israel Antiquities Authority archeologists have uncovered a ceramic stamp embossed with the image of the seven-branched menorah used in the Temple. The 1,500-year-old stamp was unearthed in … [Read more...]

Herod started the Temple, but great grandson finished the job

    By Arieh O’Sullivan (The Media Line) It turns out that the Western Wall of the ancient Second Temple Mount wasn’t built during the reign of King Herod … [Read more...]

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