Arabs Destroy 'Secret Cave' of Bar Kochba RebellionPalestinians last week destroyed an ancient cave in the Gush Etzion area, dating back to rebellion against Rome 1,900 years ago..
Grave Robbers Caught Red Handed Seeking Gold and SilverThree grave robbers were caught red-handed Friday night as they tried to raid antiquities in the area of Tel Ashkelon.
MK: 'Despite the Leftists, Agriculture is Flourishing Here'MK Ayelet Shaked visits the village of Susya in the Southern Hevron Hills Sunday morning.
National Park Declared Where David Fought GoliathArchaeologists claim a building unearthed at Khirbet Qeiyafa was King David's 'Suburban Palace.'
Talmud-Era Jewish Community at Elad?Archaeologists are confident the findings point to a Jewish population, probably 1,600 years ago.
Activists Fight to Save Historical Site from Arab VandalsIsraeli group seeks to protect ancient building as Palestinian Arab claims ownership, brings in heavy machinery.
Treatment of Temple Mount Artifacts ‘A Disgrace’MKs discuss the mistreatment of Jewish historical artifacts on the Temple Mount; Feiglin says neglect the result of 'emotional disconnect'.
'I Yelled – You have to Come See It, It's Huge!'A 17-minute video tells the story of one of the most amazing discoveries in Jerusalem's archaeological history.
Ancient Golden Treasure Found at Foot of Temple Mount"Ophel Treasure” apparently includes oldest Torah ornament ever found: medallion with Menorah, Torah and Shofar etchings
Dig Shows Temple Pilgrims Traveled Hundreds of MilesAnalysis of bones of animals sacrificed in Temple shows some may have been brought from as far as Arabia.
Byzantine Garbage Pit Yields MysteryWhat were 400 Byzantine coins, 200 Samaritan lamps, an ancient ring and gold jewelry doing in a refuse pit?
Huge 1,000-Year-Old Hospital Exposed in J'lemImpressive Crusader structure built by the Knights Hospitaller has 20-foot-high ceiling, served as a fruit market.
Archaeologists Uncover Temple-Era Jewish VillageArchaeologists find remains of Jewish town in the Galilee. Town dates back to times of Second Temple.
Part of Egyptian Sphinx found in Northern DigArtifact bears the name of Mycerinus, the king who was one of the builders of the Giza pyramids.
Archaeologists: We Found Shilo TabernacleThe findings, to be displayed this week at Shilo, include hewn holes in which wooden beams could have been placed.
Media Mum on Hamas's Razing Roman TempleAs Hamas destroys antiquities, Israeli media looks the other way.
Monumental Cone-Shaped Structure Found in Sea of GalileeNautical archeologists think structure may have been built onshore and then submerged.
Ancient Shilo Vase StolenPolice to search for vase that provides evidence Shilo was sacked by Philistines.
Shilo Find May Show It was Sacked by PhilistinesEvidence of destruction confirms conjecture that Shilo was destroyed after Even Ha'ezer war.
Rare Find of Temple Era Artifacts near JerusalemArchaeologists have discovered a rare cache of artifacts, testimony of a ritual cult before the Jewish kingdom abolished them.
Tours of "Jacob's Ladder" Site in Beit El for SukkotOn a hilltop overlooking Beit El, an ancient stone building stands on top a large natural bedrock known as the site of Jacob's dream.
Huge Archaeological Site Uncovers Ancient Flint ToolsA large archaeological site in the north has uncovered flint tools and other ancient finds during excavations for a highway.
Susita Site Yields SurprisesPortrait of a local man, probably from 3rd century CE, dug up just east of Sea of Galilee.