Jar fragment depicting Egyptian god Bes is first discovery of such vessel in Judean highlands.
1,700 year old inscription naming the Negev city ‘Elusa’ is first archaeological evidence found on site of city’s name.
Volunteers for Israel is offering a unique program combining volunteering on active Israeli military bases, private tours of Israel, and the experience of participating on a major archaeological dig.
The 2019 Wolf Prize for Architecture has been awarded to Moshe Safdie for his significant contribution to architecture within Israel and worldwide.
Mushroom-hunters and locals discover Iron Age and Hellenistic horse figurines, exposed by winter rains.
Two stone busts discovered by local woman were likely placed at entrance of burial cave, depicting the deceased buried within.
Steve Plotkin, Program Manager for Volunteers For Israel, details the success of VFI’s newest program, “VFI Plus Archaeology.”