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WATCH: 2,200-year-old Bronze Artifacts Found At Biblical Site

The Times of Israel reports: An ornate Second Temple era bronze incense shovel and bronze jug were recently unearthed at the biblical site of Magdala, on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Tuesday. The 2,200-year-old

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Woman’s Seal From First Temple Discovered

Ynetnews reports: A rare 2,500-year-old seal bearing the name of a woman, Elihana bat Gael, has recently been discovered in an Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) excavation at the City of David in the Jerusalem Walls National Park. The seal was found


Ancient Wine Press And Bathhouse Unearthed in Jerusalem Army Base

JERUSALEM – An ancient wine press that likely dates from Roman or Byzantine times was unearthed on the grounds of an obsolete army base in Jerusalem, the Times of Israel reported. The Israel Antiques Authority (IAA) excavated the former Schneller

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Boy, 7, Finds 3,400-Year-Old Figurine in Israel’s Tel Rehov Site

NBC News reports: TEL AVIV, Israel — A seven-year-old boy discovered an ancient statuette of a naked woman during a day trip to Tel Rehov archaeological site in Israel, antiquities officials said Thursday. Ori Greenhut saw a dirt-covered stone with with

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Hiker Discovers 3,500-year-old Egyptian Antiquity In Galilee

The Times of Israel reports: A 3,500-year-old Egyptian seal in the form of a scarab was discovered by an Israeli during a walk in the Lower Galilee. Amit Haklai spotted a tiny white object while on an outing with his

One of the two ancient bronze coins, which according to Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists were struck by the Roman procurator of Judea, Valerius Gratus, in the year 17/18 CE and recently were revealed in excavations beneath the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City