Destroyed by Egypt, rebuilt by Solomon.
Ignoring “Jewish excavations” in the name of “neutrality.”
Pillar figurines and rosette stamps confirm the biblical account.
Another discovery from the Ḥuqoq mosaics.
A fanciful 13th-century tablet and a current exhibition.
From the time of King Solomon.
The Dura-Europos synagogue as an artistic midrash.
Reading long after the ink has faded.
The mystery of the Magdala stone.
As do Jewish rebels’ arrowheads.
Remnants of a 12th-century siege.
Gamla’s archaeological importance.
The elephant in the room that researchers have ignored.
Bullet casings and mortar shells.