A persimmon branch on an amethyst seal.
Producing millions of liters of light, white wine.
A wealth of artifacts.
A First Temple-era luxury.
“Let the stones speak for themselves.”
Hordes of Jewish pilgrims came to Jerusalem and experienced the Temple’s “wow effect.”
Precisely as prohibited in the Torah.
A 1,500-year-old precursor to Ramat Hasharon.
Between the Assyrian conquest and the Babylonian.
When the Arameans destroyed the hometown of Goliath.
It opens new possibilities for dating artifacts in Jerusalem.
Archaeologists can’t explain hundreds of 2,500-year-old canine graves.
“For the freedom of Jerusalem!”
And what the discovery says about Israel in the time of King David.