The lead seal is the first found bearing the image of St. Sabas, local big shot 1,500 years ago.
Oded Golan gets back the tablet, which may be the only remnant of Solomon’s Temple, after an 11-year legal battle with Israel Antiquities Authority.
Italian conservators return the artworks that were sitting in a warehouse for 20 years.
Archaeologists say new buildings at Tel Shiloh designed to strengthen local settlements, damage antiquities.
Networks argue over who gets government support for television productions.
Critics say that some archaeologists are too eager to hold a spade in one hand and a Bible in the other in a quest to verify the biblical narrative .
Crucified remains and a broken jaw have confused scientists for decades. But it could well be that the last Hasmonean king has been found under a private house in Jerusalem.
How the seal from Assyrian King Sargon II’s rule came to be found where it is remains unclear; ancient ring made of carnelian also found.
Forget the gauzy notion that early settlers existed in harmony with the environment. Urbanization was destructive, archaeologists in Israel have shown.
These ancient parchments discovered by chance in desert caves by the Dead Sea tell mysteries about the mysterious Jewish sect that wrote them, and debunk a myth about Goliath's height while about it.