A trove of coins sheds light on a little-known episode.
Before Moses and Abraham, there was trade and agriculture.
Correcting some fishy conclusions.
Including a Second Temple-era synagogue.
Remembering Eilat Mazar.
A 1,500-year-old weapon against the evil eye.
The search for King David’s palace.
Right and left sides of a single face.
Buried as a good-luck charm?
The gold and silver of Tarshish.
With colorful, geometric patterns.
Eating herring in Oxford.
Along with the world’s oldest basket.
A window on how Roman soldiers relaxed.