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.
A new examination of the remnants declared that it was partly a phony and urged caution in how the fossil is used in future research.
Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, announced the plan last month, declaring it would be "the project of the century."
A study on human-animal co-burials in the Late Iron Age.
The VIth Legion Roman legionary base is the only Roman military base of these dimensions that has been located and exposed in Israel.
The plant in question is Black henbane, whose seeds were found in a hollowed sheep or goat bone and was located in archeological sites throughout the Netherlands, according to the researchers.
Erez Abrahamov found the amulet, with a dung beetle image, on a hike in the Lower Galilee.
The tunnel was discovered 13 meters below the ground by Katharine Martinez, an archaeologist from the Dominican Republic.
Excavations have given proof of a flourishing wine industry in the Byzantine and early Arab period, especially at sites like Shivta, Halutza, Nitzana, and Avdat.
Conducting their study on the crypt of 17th century Milanese hospital Ospedale Maggiore, researchers analyzed femoral bone samples from the remains of the hospital patients.
In the future, the team wants to find out more about the dimensions of the sanctuary, and what its purpose was. There is also speculation as to what else lies beneath the earth in this location.