Temple Mount Sifting Project

To date, approximately 600 colored stone floor tile segments have been discovered, with many of them dated to the Herodian Second Temple period. The Temple Mount Sifting Project was established in response to the illegal removal of tons of antiquities-rich earth from the Temple Mount by the Islamic Waqf.

City of David podium

Archaeologists discovered a flight of stairs in the shape of a pyramid that is 2,000 years old in Jerusalem's City of David National Park. The stairs were likely used by Jewish pilgrims on the way to the Second Temple.

Gamla

This ancient city is known as 'the Masada of the North' and is remembered for the catastrophic defeat suffered by Jewish rebels against the Romans.