With hideouts from the Bar Kokhba Revolt.
Mikva’ot and chalkstone vessels.
“Within hours of the momentous discovery, the writing started to fade.”
A family in Jerusalem discovered an ancient mikveh when they were renovating.
The finding of a ritual bath dating back to the Byzantine period, thought to be the oldest in Europe, has helped spur a revival of. . .
The discovery of a 19th-century mikveh (ritual bath) in rural Connecticut suggests that earlier generations of American Jews were much more religious than historians—or their. . .