Tag archive for ‘Israeli archaeology’
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, December 20th, 2016

Underwater stone slab in Hebrew reveals Biblical-era ruler of Judea

Israeli archaeologist have made an important underwater discovery: a rare inscription on stone slab that was constructed around 5, 000 years ago, finally revealed the definite identification of Gargilius Antiquus More...

Jesus’ Tomb in Jerusalem Opened — Shocking Finds Made Of Course

New finds have been made after archaeologists opened up what is believed to be the tomb of Jesus where Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre now stands in the Old City’s Christian Quarter. Shocking More...

Niva Goldberg On Monday, April 25th, 2016

Birdwatcher in Northern Israel Finds Egyptian Seal Nearly 4, 000 Years Old

  An Israeli amateur birdwatcher accidentally discovered an ancient ston scarab, or seal, belonging to a senior Egyptian official of the Thirteenth Pharaonic dynasty dating as far back as the 18th century More...

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