Category: Israel

Carly Hilts 6 years ago
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Archaeological work ahead of the construction of an events garden at Hamei Yoav, Israel, has…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Clay cylinders from the Jordan Valley, traditionally interpreted as 8,000-year-old ritual ‘phallic objects’, have been…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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CWA’s Editor in Chief, Andrew Selkirk introduces the editor of Biblical Archaeology Review – the…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Archaeologists from Tel Aviv University have discovered a 3,000-year-old hoard of jewellery while cleaning a…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Archaeologists have discovered the only Crusader-period Christian inscription to be written in Arabic. The marble…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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Researchers at Tel Aviv University have uncovered an ancient royal garden at the site of…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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Archaeologists have found the remains of 71 tortoises and three wild cattle while excavating Hilazon…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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In the morning of 15 July 1099, the starving knights of the First Crusade broke…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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The DNA of a man who died between 1 and 50 AD, and who was…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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The story of unusual shaped structures thought to have been built by the Israelites upon…

Current World Archaeology 10 years ago
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Five lines of faded characters written in ink and divided by black lines on a…

Current World Archaeology 10 years ago
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Fictional accounts may coincide with historical copper mines at Khirbat en-Nahas