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A Rare Find in Caesarea

A collection of gold coins and a single gold earring believed to have been hidden some 900 years ago have been discovered by archaeologists...

Rare bronze coins dated to Jewish revolt against Rome discovered in Jerusalem

Dr. Eliat Mazar of Israel’s Hebrew University has made a timely discovery ahead of the Jewish holiday of freedom - rare bronze coins dating...

Scientific world shaken by discovery of human fossil from 170,000 years ago in Israel

An international team of researchers led by an Israeli professor from Tel Aviv University has found what has been confirmed as the earliest fossil...

Archaeologists uncover prehistoric site in the heart of Israel

In the very heart of Israel, just off one of the country's busiest highways, archaeologists recently uncovered a massive prehistoric site used by early...

West Bank: Ancient sites destroyed ‘as ISIS did in Syria and Iran’

According to an Israel News Company report, ancient archaeological sites in the West Bank are filled with holes and trash - a phenomenon at...

IDF combat soldiers make exciting archaeological discovery in West Bank military fire zone

Over the past nine days, hundreds of soldiers from the IDF's elite 'Duvdevan' unit participated in archeological excavations in a military fire zone in...

Mysterious void between two chambers in Great Pyramid of Giza discovered

A large and impressive void has been discovered in the Great Pyramid of Giza. It is still unclear what purpose the void served. ...

Jerusalem: Archaeologists call 1,700-year-old ancient Roman structure ‘sensation’

During archaeological digs in the Western Wall tunnels, researchers almost by chance discovered an ancient Roman theater that had been buried underneath eight meters...

Ancient tomb containing 3 mummies discovered in Egypt

The tomb of a royal goldsmith containing the mummies of a woman and her two children was recently discovered in Egypt. It is believed...

1,800-year-old ruins of Roman army officer’s home discovered in Rome

The ruins of a 1,800-year-old home were discovered by construction workers who were digging Rome’s new metro Line C. Archaeologists recently revealed that the...