Archaeologists Found Half of an Ancient Lamp in Jerusalem. The Other Half Was in Hungary

Last week, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced the discovery of part of a rare bronze oil lamp from the 1st or 2nd century CE in the City of David—believed to have been buried under a building to bring good luck. Raoul Wootliff describes what happened next:

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More about: Ancient Israel, Ancient Rome, Archaeology, Jerusalem

 

Israel’s New Government Flies in the Face of the Country’s Western Critics

June 17 2021

Commenting on the recent swearing-in of the new governing coalition in Jerusalem, Shany Mor writes:

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More about: Israeli politics, Israeli society