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Slab from more than 3,500 years ago found in City of David

The earliest inscription from Jerusalem's City of David has finally been deciphered, revealing a ominous curse.

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You can’t restore destroyed archeological sites

When will the PA's outrageous and purposeful destruction of Jewish history finally be brought to an end? Op-ed.

You can’t restore destroyed archeological sites

'Arabs have destroyed 80% of archeological sites in Judea and Samaria'

Arabs in Judea and Samaria have undertaken systematic destruction of 3,000 years of Jewish history in Judea and Samaria, NGO reports.

'Arabs destroyed 80% of archeological sites in Judea & Samaria'

Rare, 2,000-year-old coin used for Temple upkeep found in Old City of Jerusalem

Very rare coin dating back to Temple times discovered during preservation work on the David Citadel.

Rare, 2,000-year-old coin found in Old Cityplayer

Scientists 'discover giant tsunami hit Israel 9,000 years ago'

Prof. Assaf Yasur-Landau says newly discovered archeological evidence suggests Israel was hit by a giant tsunami more than 9,000 years ago.

Scientists 'discover giant tsunami hit Israel 9,000 years ago' player

Fortress from the time of King David discovered in the Golan

3000-year-old fortified complex unearthed in northern Israel, the first such fort to be found in the Golan from the era of King David.

Fortress from the time of King David discovered in the Golanplayer

Youth volunteers discover ancient gold coins in central Israel

A hoard of 425 pure gold coins from 1,100 years ago uncovered by volunteers during an excavation in central Israel.

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Ancient structure discovered at archaeological camp in Oz veGaon

Experts estimate place served as industrial area for nearby village for producing olive oil and wine from area trees and vineyards.

Ancient structure discovered at archaeological camp in Oz veGaon

Unexpected discovery made in ancient graves in northern Israel

Ancient tomb engravings discovered in grave 'dolmens' in northern Israel.

Unexpected discovery made in ancient graves in northern Israelplayer

Palestinian police arrest Israeli archeologists in northern Samaria

Armed Palestinian police arrest Israeli archeologists at an archeological site in an area under full Israeli jurisdiction.

Palestinian police arrest Israeli archeologists

3,000-year-old Canaanite temple discovered in southern Israel

Hebrew University team unearths Canaanite temple in Lachish in southern Israel, along with oldest example of Hebrew letter 'samech'.

3,000-year-old temple discovered in southern Israel

13-year-old Caesarea boy discovers ancient inscription - by accident

Teen from Israeli coastal city who went out to search for mushrooms discovers ancient marble inscription from Byzantine era instead.

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Hanukkah Gelt: 1,200-year old hoard of gold coins discovered in Yavneh, Israel

Archaeologists uncover 1,200-year-old hoard of gold coins stashed away in a clay jug. 'This could have been someone's personal savings.'

Hanukkah Gelt: 1,200-year old hoard of gold coins discovered

Evidence of Jewish idolatry during 1st Temple period on display

Idols and figurines are found on the site of a mysterious Jewish city populated prior to the destruction of the First Temple.

Evidence of Jewish idolatry during 1st Temple period on display

Archeological "megasite" found near Jerusalem

Huge ancient settlement discovered near Jerusalem during infrastructure work. Site is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

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Biblical city from time of King David discovered

3000-year-old Biblical town of Ziklag, where David hid from King Saul, discovered in southern Israel.

Biblical city from time of King David discoveredplayer

Ancient coin found on school trip

During school field trip, student finds coin bearing the inscription "King Agrippa."

Ancient coin found on school trip

Rare millennia-old stone mask unearthed in Judea

Stone Age mask discovered intact in Hevron Hills in Judea.

Rare millennia-old stone mask unearthed in Judea

Was beer invented in Israel?

World's oldest brewery found in northern Israel.

Was beer invented in Israel?

Did archaeologists just uncover biblical prophet's seal?

2,700-year-old seal discovered in Jerusalem near seal of King Hezekiah. Item may have belonged to biblical prophet Isaiah.

Did archaeologists just uncover biblical prophet's seal?

Rare archeology collateral damage of Netiv Ha'avot destruction

Security forces begin preparing destruction of Nativ Ha'avot, with bulldozers destroying artifacts from Patriarchs' period.

Rare archeology collateral damage of Netiv Ha'avot destructionplayer

Ancient Jewish town from Hasmonean period discovered

2,100-year-old Jewish community found in Judea, dating back to Hasmonean period, 600 years earlier than previous finds at the site.

Ancient Jewish town from Hasmonean period discovered

Roman bath house discovered under mikvah

The Old City of Jerusalem will soon be hosting a new mikvah - with two thousand year-old roots.

Ancient Roman bath house discovered under modern mikvah

Ancient frescoes discovered in Zippori

Hebrew University archeologists have unearthed rare frescoes of the life and culture of Jews in ancient Zippori.

Ancient frescoes discovered in Zippori National Park

Ancient mosaic uncovered in Israel

The radiant tiles that were discovered depict scenes from the Bible, including Noah's Ark.

Ancient mosaic uncovered in Israelplayer

Israeli boy discovers 3,400-year-old figurine

Israel Antiquities Authority presented the 7-year-old with a certificate of appreciation for good citizenship for his remarkable discovery.

Young Israeli boy discovers 3,400-year-old Canaanite figurine

Ancient 'rabbi' burial inscription uncovered

New discovery uncovers three burial inscriptions from 1,700-years-ago, revealing the importance of the city.

Ancient 'rabbi' burial inscription uncovered in Tzippori