The original archaeologists deliberately left some work for future generations.
A once-abundant staple crop is being rescued from a 1,500 year extinction.
Yigael Yadin attributed the water system at Megiddo, in northern Israel, to the 9th-century Israelite king Ahab. Archeological evidence points to a date a full millennium earlier.
One of the oldest Canaanite cities, Tel Hazor would become the epicenter of Israeli field archeology. Yet there is still no consensus on how the. . .