The bathhouse of Tsipori.
Preparations for the Third Lebanon War.
The ruins at Baram.
Along with a rare gold coin and other artifacts.
Jewish, Christian, or pagan?
Remnants of a 12th-century siege.
Four-millennia-old dolmens that dwarf Stonehenge.
The rabbis of Peki’in.
Built on top of an ancient synagogue.
Complete with a “Sephardi” seating plan.
In a mysterious but important building.
The secret to its economic success.
With a unique design for its kiln.
It might not have been for ritual use.