“For the freedom of Jerusalem!”
Bar Kokhba in history and archaeology.
A remnant of the Bar Kokhba rebellion.
Two hikers discover a remnant of the Bar Kokhba revolt.
Stamping out the Roman presence, literally.
Where the soldiers who crushed the Bar-Kokhba revolt encamped.
With hideouts from the Bar Kokhba Revolt.
The everyday lives of 2nd-century Jewish rebels.
An unprecedented discovery.
A new archaeological discovery.
Archaeologists have discovered a grand entryway, consisting of a series of massive arches, at King Herod’s hilltop fortress of Herodium in the Judean desert. And. . .
Excavations of the long-lost camp of the Roman army’s sixth division in northern Judea offer new insights into both the Roman occupation and the religious. . .