The unprecedented find of a 4,000-year old wine cellar at a king's palace in Tel Kabri sheds light on the ancient secrets of viticulture.
Monastery includes olive press, wine press and mosaics; Antiquities Authority launches new website for archeological survey of entire country.
Previously thought to have been an old city's walls, but Israeli archaeologist's study indicates crescent shaped monument had a possible symbolic significance to ancient moon god.
The Uluburun Shipwreck is at the center of a study of five wrecks by Tel Aviv University's Yuval Goren. Where did the Ulubrun come from? And where was it headed?
The Hebrews loved meat, as most people do, but who could afford it? For when they could - here's a recipe from the ancient past for meat stew with turnips.
A fragment forgotten and stashed away in a kibbutz turns out to be identical with metal coffins found in Lebanon.
New findings in 'Solomon's copper mines' reveals uber-sophisticated smelters who ate choice imported meats, fruits and grains, say Tel Aviv University archaeologists.
7,000-year-old artifact might indicate the first signs of social hierarchy and complexity, researchers say.
Classical Greek civilization did not start and spread from a dominant center, but was a reciprocal network-based process that the world would do well to learn.
Just as the Prophets foretold, this gorgeous strip of land has been fought over since time immemorial. And now is about the only time Egypt doesn't want it.