The stolen artifacts were found in the Bnei Brak home of an individual suspected of antiquities trafficking
The 1,400-year-old currency shows Golgotha, identified as the site of Jesus's crucifixion, on one of its sides
Excavations in Jerusalem revealed damage dating to the eighth century B.C.E., when the natural disaster reportedly took place
New exhibition explores how the caffeinated beverage sparked religious controversy and technical innovation
A pottery fragment found in Israel bears the name Jerubbaal—a nickname for Gideon ben Yoash, who appears in the Book of Judges
The grand structure, which once hosted events near the Temple Mount, will soon open to tourists
The large sandstone marker may be connected to a military campaign led by the 26th dynasty ruler Apries
The clay object—the oldest of its kind found in the region—may have been used to mark a shipment or secure a grain silo door shut
The 2,000-year-old artifact, which resembles a face cut in half, was buried in the foundations of a Roman building
The fifth-century engraving, found repurposed in a Byzantine building's wall, references "Christ born of Mary"
The 2,000-year-old "mikveh" represents the first Second Temple–era archaeological evidence found at the site
New techniques could help researchers understand human diets in different times and places
In September 1191, the English monarch's forces secured victory over the sultan's army at the Battle of Arsuf
The cultural institution estimates that the process will take three years to complete
Carved into bedrock, the mysterious rooms spent 1,400 years hidden beneath the mosaic floor of a Byzantine building
The table ensured standard measurements for buying and selling in the first century A.D.