The half shekel.
A site that is also important to the history of Christianity.
A far cry from today’s propaganda.
A 7th-century-BCE note about wine?
Solomon builds it for the Lord, but the Lord is not so impressed.
Along with a Byzantine church.
Ancient tablets reveal a new perspective on Jews exiled after the fall of the First Temple.
The tenth day of the Hebrew month of Tevet (this year, January 1), is one of the more obscure and poorly understood dates on the. . .
For many years, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) has maintained that an ivory pomegranate with a Hebrew inscription is a forgery, while other scholars have. . .
A First-Temple-era column, whose location has been kept secret until this week, is less interesting than the ancient water system in which it was discovered.
The discovery of an Iron-Age altar at Shiloh provides the first evidence of First-Temple-era sacrificial worship at the site that hosted the Tabernacle before. . .