When residents of the picturesque Ein Kerem neighborhood in Jerusalem decided to renovate their living room, they had no idea what was hidden beneath the floor.
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Batsheva Nigri, a resident of the community of Beit Hagai in the Mount Hebron area, has been identified as the woman who was murdered in a terrorist shooting attack near Hebron this morning.
An ancient 5,500-year-old gate—the earliest known in the Land of Israel—was discovered recently at Tell Erani, near the Kiryat Gat Industrial Zone.
A luxurious artifact carved out ivory dating from the time of the Kingdom of Judah period (9th–8th centuries BCE) was uncovered in the course of sifting earth from an archaeological excavation carried out in 2007 in the City of David National Park in Jerusalem.
Rare Half-Shekel Silver Coin From Year One of the First Jewish Revolt Against the Romans Discovered in the Judean Desert
The rare silver half-shekel from the time of the First Jewish Revolt against the Romans over 2000 years ago, was discovered in the Judean Desert in the Ein Gedi nature reserve.
DF soldier David Yehuda Yitzhak from Beit El, a member of the Egoz Unit, was killed during operational activity in Jenin on Tuesday.
Random graffiti or encoded messages? The mystery of the ancient messages on the plastered walls of the Second-Temple Period Ritual Bath (Miqveh).
Eight people were injured in a suspected terrorist ramming attack in Tel Aviv Tuesday afternoon. The terrorist has been identified as a 23-year-old resident of the Mount Hebron region.
You may have a carpet in your lounge, but you don’t have a fine mosaic carpet decorated with birds. In 1950, a stunning mosaic depicting birds and animals was discovered by chance in a Caesarea residential area, in the course […]
On Sunday, July 2, the Visa Department is scheduled to reopen. For some weeks now, Chaim V’Chessed has been alerting Ministry officials to the likely crush of applicants to the Visa Department once it reopens.