The Land of Israel constantly reveals hidden treasures, testifying to its rich history. This time, archeologists deciphered a 2,000-year-old stone with one of the oldest-known mentions of the name Judea.
A monumental Roman gate discovered in the excavations by the University of Haifa at Sussita (Hippos) National Park in the Golan may cast light on the bronze mask of Pan – the only object of its kind found anywhere in the world – that was discovered on the same site during last year’s excavation season.
The Land of Israel constantly reveals hidden treasures, testifying to its rich history. This time, a bird watcher discovered an extraordinary and rare 3,700-year-old amulet on the beach, probably belonging to a high ranking Egyptian official.
While chickens were domesticated in other parts of the world, they were first commercialized for mass consumption in southern Israel during the Hellenistic period around 2,300 years ago, according a new study.