Tag archive for ‘Israeli archeology’
Jewish Business News On Sunday, March 19th, 2017

A 1,400 Year Old Coin Hoard Was Discovered in Israeli Excavations

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email     A cache of nine bronze coins from the end of the Byzantine period (seventh century CE) was discovered in salvage excavations that the Israel Antiquities More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, February 9th, 2017

12th Cave of Dead Sea Scrolls From the Second Temple Period Discovered

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email 12th Dead Sea Scrolls cave discovered in Israel In a surprising discovery Israeli researchers have revealed a new cave on the cliffs west of Qumran, that they More...

Jewish Business News On Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Surprise: Engravings Menorah and a Cross From Second Temple Period Discovered During Hanukkah and Christmas Holidays

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email   An ancient engravings of a seven-branched menorah and a cross were discovered on the walls of the cistern, incised in chalk bedrock, this weekend by More...

Ilan Shavit On Friday, September 23rd, 2016

Computer Scientists Solve Mystery of the Ein Gedi Scroll by ‘Virtual Unwrapping’

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email   When in 1970, archaeologists excavating a site near the Dead Sea in Israel of an ancient synagogue, they dug up a 1, 500-year-old cylindrical lump More...

Tal Barkai On Monday, August 15th, 2016

Destruction of Both Temples Supported by Archaeological Findings

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email For nearly two thousand years, Jews have mourned the destruction of the Temples. They have traditionally relied on the account of the First Temple’s destruction More...

Yitzhak Tessler On Sunday, August 14th, 2016

Ancient Synagogue Discovered in Galilee

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email A synagogue dating back to the end of the Second Temple Era was discovered on the Tel Recheš Peak in the Galilee last week in a rare and unique archaeological More...

Lilach Weissman On Sunday, July 10th, 2016

3000-Years-Old Bones at Philistine Cemetery in Israel Shed New Light on Goliath’s People

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email   A huge Philistine cemetery some 3000-years-old has been found in southern Israel, in the Mediterranean seaport of Ashkelon. For the first time the undisturbed More...

Jewish Business News On Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

A Rare Cache of Silver Coins Dating to the Hasmonean Period Was Discovered in Modi‘In

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email   The Israeli Antiquities Authority (IAA) revealed on Tuesday that it unearthed a hoard of silver coins from the Hasmonean period (126 BCE) back in April, More...

Jewish Business News On Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

First Textiles From King David Era Discovered at Timna Copper Mines

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email   A team of archaeologists, led by Tel Aviv University’s Dr. Erez Ben-Yosef, has discovered over 100 pieces of cloths dating to the 10th century More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, December 24th, 2015

Facebook Users Solve Mystery Of ‘Antique’ Golden Artifact

Facebook0 Twitter Google Plus0 Pinterest0 Email Just about every stone turned in Israel leads archaeologists on an adventure back through time to find out the origins of an unearthed artifact and what it was More...

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