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Archaeology in Review

1,700-Year-Old Inscription Discovered

A 1,700-year-old Greek inscription referring to the city of Elusa (Hebrew: Halutza) has been discovered in archaeological excavations at Halutza National Park in the Negev. The stone inscription is currently being studied by Prof. Leah Di Segni from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The name of the city of Elusa appears in several historical documents,

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Ancient Samaritan Estate Unearthed

A unique estate about 1,600 years old that seems to have been the property of a wealthy Samaritan has been uncovered in the southern Sharon Plain. The discovery also reinforced evidence that at one time the settlement was extensively populated by the Samaritans. The Samaritans claim they are descendants of the northern Israelite tribes of

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Jerusalem Soil Yields Rare First Temple Period Seal Bearing Biblical Name 

Tuesday, 2 April 2019 | A rare bulla (seal impression) and a 2,600-year-old stamp bearing Hebrew names were uncovered in the City of David. The artifacts were discovered inside a public building that was destroyed during the destruction of the First Temple and were uncovered in archaeological excavations at the Givati Parking Lot in the

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Horse Figurines Uncovered Following Heavy Rains

Recent heavy winter rains have revealed parts of two impressive clay figurines of horses that have been buried in the ground for well over 2,000 years. One of the figurines was found in the vicinity of Kfar Ruppin in the Beit She’an Valley. It was dated by Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) archaeologists to be about

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Rare Gold Coins Discovered

Excavations continue at Caesarea as archaeologists uncover some of the most exciting finds of recent times. With the financial backing of the Edmond de Rothschild Foundation, some US $40 million has been invested in uncovering hidden treasures under the ground and in the sea. Caesarea has connections with many periods of history, including the Roman

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An Ancient Bit between the Teeth

An international team of archaeologists has uncovered the earliest example of the use of a bridle bit with an equid (former species of the horse family) in the Near East. The discovery provides first evidence of the use of the bit to control an animal long before the appearance of the species of horse known

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Stone Mask Uncovered

A fascinating and rare stone mask was discovered recently, its characteristics and context testifying that the mask is 9,000 years old and dates to the Neolithic (new stone age) period. According to Ronit Lupu of the Israel Antiquities Authority Antiquities Theft Prevention Unit, “The mask is a unique finding in the archaeological world. The fact

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Israeli Civilian Discovers Ancient Roman Busts While Just Taking a Walk

Monday, 31 December 2018 | It’s not every day that the average person finds 1,700-year-old sculptures, but that doesn’t mean it can’t happen during an everyday activity in Israel. A local resident recently discovered two “impressive” Roman busts near the city of Beit She’an in northern Israel while just taking a walk, according to a

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Biblically-Mentioned Weight from the First Temple Period Discovered in Jerusalem

Friday, 23 November 2018 | A rare weight, bearing an inscription mentioned in the Bible, was discovered in an excavation near the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the Times of Israel reported Wednesday. The tiny stone has the word beka, a weight mentioned in the bible—both in Genesis in describing the jewelry given to Rebecca and

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Ships in the Desert

Friday, 9 November 2018 | During an archaeological excavation being carried out by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) in Beersheva as part of preparation work for the construction of the city’s future neighborhood of Rakafot, engravings of ships and zoomorphs (animal forms) were discovered. During preliminary work at the new neighborhood, a Roman period cistern

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