The inhabitants of an agricultural settlement in eastern Galilee appear to have left in haste.
A laborer complains about an abusive boss.
What caravans’ trash heaps reveal.
Bar Kokhba in Tekoa.
If you dig past the city’s Islamic and Christian layers, what you’re going to find is Jewish.
Turkish walnuts, Galilean fish sauce, a mixed-faith crew, and some unexpected rodents.
The southern Aegean port city was once home to a large Jewish community.
From the cellars of one of Judea’s last kings.
The civic building is the largest of its kind discovered in Israel.
“An earthquake in biblical scholarship” is how the discovery has been described. That’s true, as are the connections it reveals between ancient languages and modern ones.
A “curse tablet” bearing the name of God.
A new exhibit on the Samaritans.
The Siloam inscription.
Babylonian Jews in talmudic times used the bowls to trap demons.