Israel’s rich biblical history can be found in the country’s archaeology. The Jerusalem Post shares the latest on archaeological excavations at significant biblical and historical sites in Israel and the region.
New dates provided by Austrian archaeologists allow testing of proposed correlations between texts and archaeological remains
New research reveals that nature played a significant role in the creation of the iconic Great Sphinx.
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Letters from family members shed light on women's literacy and wartime experiences in 18th-century France
Explore the untouched beauty of a cave where researchers found a pool filled with a mysterious milky liquid, untouched by human hands.
Archaeologists identify and analyze a ship-shaped mound in the Mount Ararat complex in eastern Turkey, described by the Bible as the Ark's final destination.
Researchers raise questions about the existence of an advanced society or the involvement of extraterrestrials in the creation of this enigmatic library.
The finds were made in the Kebara cave on Mount Carmel near Haifa.
New rooms were discovered in the Sahura’s Pyramid.
The excavation efforts also led to the discovery of a coin from 67/68 CE, during the first Jewish revolt against the Roman occupying forces.