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One of the last untouched major Judean sites.
Larger and more advanced than previously thought.
New finds have challenged skeptics.
Solomon builds it for the Lord, but the Lord is not so impressed.
Europe’s great artists weigh in.
It was discovered by a ten-year-old boy.
Why is the founder of the Israelite kingdom portrayed in so many shades of gray?
The hibernation of the groundhog holds an important place in American folklore; much less well-known is its possible appearance in rabbinic folklore. According to one. . .
It is generally agreed that, if Kings David and Solomon were historical personages, they would have lived in the 10th century BCE. But some scholars. . .
In a current exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a stone slab bears an inscription that mentions the “House of David” as the ruling. . .