Archeology

Israel’s biblical roots have been validated through archaeological discoveries dating back over 3,000 years. Time and again, another piece of history is found that proves the continuous Jewish connection to this land from ancient times until the modern era. This growing wealth of archaeological evidence validates Israel’s biblically mandated right to exist as a Jewish state.

Six-Year-Old Israeli Boy Discovers 3,500-Year-Old Canaanite Clay Tablet

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

A six-year-old Israeli boy recently discovered an extremely-rare Canaanite clay tablet made approximately 3,500 years ago, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) announced on Monday. The tablet was found by Imri Elya of Kibbutz Nirim, who was touring the Tel Jemmeh archaeological site near Kibbutz Re’im in Israel’s south. He and his parents handed it over … Read More

Archaeologists Discover 2000-Year-Old Unique Complex by the Western Wall

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

A unique system of underground rooms dating back to 2000 years ago were discovered by a group of archaeologists just adjacent to the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem, under the lobby of the Western Wall tunnels in the “Beit Straus” complex. The rare discovery sheds light on Jewish life in the holy city ahead … Read More

Israeli Researchers Unveil Architecture Secrets of ‘World’s Oldest Temple’

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

For the last quarter of a century, the Neolithic site of Göbekli Tepe in southeast Turkey has been intriguing researchers for the size and complexity of its structure, which dates back about 11,500 years, and has been called the “world’s oldest temple.” Two archaeologists from Tel Aviv University, PhD candidate Gil Haklay and his supervisor, Prof. Avi Gopher, have … Read More

Ancient ‘royal estate’ that served biblical kings unearthed in Israel

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Archaeologists uncovered a gigantic complex in northern Israel that they think once served as a rural estate for ancient kings of biblical fame. The stunning building is in Horvat Tevet, an ancient site just outside modern-day Afula. About 2,900 years ago, archaeologists say, the structure served as a key place for Israelite officials to collect and … Read More

For 1st time since Oslo Accords, Israel announces new West Bank nature reserves

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Defense Minister Naftali Bennett on Wednesday approved an announcement of seven new nature reserves in the West Bank, the first time Israel has made such a move since the Oslo Accords were signed with the Palestinian Authority in the 1990s, his office said. In a statement, Bennett’s office said that alongside the seven new nature … Read More