A “jot” makes all the difference.
A sign of the north’s domination of the south.
Built for launching a campaign against Egypt.
The bathhouse of Tsipori.
Casting new light on a well-known talmudic passage.
Excavations in Ethiopia may shed some light on the biblical story.
A 6th-century-BCE record of purchasing a slave.
The half shekel.
Jonah, the Tower of Babel, and Noah’s ark.
Contrary to what scholars have claimed, the camels in Genesis are not anachronistic.
When the kings of Judah were vassals of Assyria.
Boats in Beersheba.
When Canaan was an Egyptian province.
A recent archaeological discovery in Jerusalem reminds us that Jews once bore names like Antigonus, Aristobulus, and, possibly, Daedalus.