Coins date back to the ‘The Great Revolt’ and Bar-Kokhba Revolt of the Second Temple period and include inscriptions such as ‘The Freedom of Zion’ and ‘The Freedom of Jerusalem’
It was built around 20–30 CE and the structure is believed to have stood along a street leading up to the Temple Mount
Until now, the oldest evidence of olive production for eating dated back some 4,000 years
The flint tools in question, which were known as ‘chopping tools’, were found at the prehistoric site of Revadim, located east of Ashdod
The team from the University of Haifa's Zinman Institute of Archeology explained that the stone was found on Mount Carmel and is believed to date back 350,000 years
Find solves 86-year-old archeological mystery; small number of ancient ceramic oil lamps decorated with distinctively Jewish symbols such as the shofar, incense burner and seven-branched menorah
The ancient Pilgrimage Road once served as the main route for pilgrims walking from the Pool of Siloam, where Jews going to the Temple would ritually purify themselves traveling to the holy site, during the ...