Tag archive for ‘Archaeology’
Assaf Kamer On Monday, November 27th, 2017

Ancient Mystery: Largest Dog Cemetery in the World Found in Israel

  The mysterious dog cemetery, which was discovered 30 years ago at the Tel Ashkelon National Park, Israel is disturbing the minds of the researchers and does not provide answers to the horrors and mass murders More...

Jewish Business News On Monday, September 25th, 2017

Why Were Decapitated Toads Placed in a Jar in a 4,000-Year-Old Tomb in Jerusalem?

  Remains of decapitated toads found in a jar in a 4,000-year-old tomb at Nahal Repha’im basin in Jerusalem. Fascinating findings from an Israel Antiquities Authority excavation near the Biblical Zoo shed More...

Jewish Business News On Monday, September 25th, 2017

Archaeologists Uncover Secrets of How Egyptians Built the Great Pyramid of Giza

  Archaeologists have discovered how the ancient Egyptians managed to build one of the seven wonders of the world that survived to this day – the Great Pyramid of Giza. The construction of the Pyramid More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

A Rare Stone Bowl From 2, 100 Years Ago With the Name Hyrcanus Engraved in Hebrew Was Discovered at the City of David

    A rare stone bowl fashioned from chalk (a type of limestone) from Jerusalem 2, 100 years ago with the name Hyrcanus engraved in Hebrew was unearthed in the Israel Antiquities Authority archaeological More...

Jewish Business News On Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Turtle Soup, Perchance? Prehistoric Man Had a Penchant for Tortoises

Grilled, boiled or salted? Turtles, or tortoises, are rarely consumed today, but a select few cultures, primarily those in East Asia, still consider turtle soup, made from the flesh of the turtle, More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, December 24th, 2015

Israel’s Ancient and Mysterious Stonehenge

  Israel is filled with hundreds of archaeological and historical sites. There are caves, ancient places of worship, amphitheaters dating back thousands of years, and fortresses waiting to be explored at More...

Jewish Business News On Monday, November 16th, 2015

Another Impressive Mosaic Was Uncovered in Lod

  While building the visitor center for the Lod Mosaic, which was discovered previously and is considered one of the most spectacular in the country, another impressive mosaic was discovered at the site This More...

Niva Goldberg On Monday, November 9th, 2015

Egypt May Found Major Secret Inside King Tut’s Tomb

  The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities has announced that the investigation of King Tut’s tomb has found initial evidence of the long-sought burial place of Queen Nefertiti. King Tut’s tomb is the More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, April 16th, 2015

And Then There Was Nano, Smallest Bible in the World

  On the occasion of the Israel Museum’s 50th anniversary, a new exhibition space in the Shrine of the Book is inaugurated with this display of a cutting-edge version of the Bible – a gilt nano chip More...


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