See 12 Neolithic masks, eerie stone portraits that were carved out of limestone some 9,000 years ago by Stone Age people.
Showing large eyes and gaping mouths, 9,000-year-old limestone masks are the most ancient human portraits from Stone Age. Continue reading →
The 2,300-year-old rural village was found on the outskirts of Jerusalem.
Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists excavate a 1,700-year-old tablet with an etched curse, in the City of David in Jerusalem.
The 1000-year old hospital was comprised of different wings and departments according to the nature of the illness and the condition of the patient -- similar to modern hospitals. Continue reading →
The impressive gateway to the Old City, has regained its magnificent crown, which was destroyed in the Six Day War.
A Roman sword, still in its leather-bound wooden scabbard, was unearthed in Jerusalem where it had apparently laid since its last battle nearly 2,000 years ago.