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Animals bones discovered at copper production sites in the Timna Valley offer researchers clues to the identity of the copper smelters. ..read more
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Then they fortified the City of David with a great strong wall and strong towers, and it became their citadel. They stationed there a ..read more
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Discovered in the Givati Parking Lot excavations in Jerusalem’s City of David, this First Temple period seal belonged to a woman named ..read more
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The Israel Antiquities Authority, in collaboration with Google, launched The Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library, a website that ..read more
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Ancient Bread-Making One of the fireplaces at Shubayqa 1, where archaeologists discovered ancient “bread-like” remains that pre-date ..read more
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In 2011, Excavators with the Israel Antiquities Authority unearthed a 1,500-year-old Jewish bread stamp from a small Byzantine settlement ..read more
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This ancient clay tablet was acquired along with other Babylonian antiquities in 2011 by the Sulaymaniyah Museum in Iraq. Researchers ..read more
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Courtesy Tell es-Safi excavation As covered in recent articles by Ha’aretz and another by The Times of Israel, archaeologists have ..read more
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IAA archaeologists discovered a 3,300-year-old anthropoid coffin with Egyptianizing features belonging to a wealthy Canaanite near Tel ..read more
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The Early Bronze Age (EBA, 3,500-2,200 B.C.E.) produced the world’s first urban and literate societies, and by the end of the era, EBA ..read more

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