Ancient correspondence written on pottery shards suggests when and where the earliest texts of the Bible were created.
The shovel and a bronze jug were unearthed at a site called Magdala, a large Jewish settlement that dates to about 2000 years ago.
The coin bears the image of Emperor Augustus and dates back to 107 A.D.
The seal suggests the woman maintained her right to property and financial independence, even after marriage.
The 3,400-year-old clay figurine features a portrait of a naked woman.
The centuries-old icon, found under layers of plaster, is made of brass, silver, shells and stones.
The two 7,000-year-old homes featured stone floors and held pottery, flint tools, a stone bowl and even a gemstone.
Israel released the handwritten letter by the Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in which he denies guilt. Continue reading →
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