Steve Plotkin, Program Manager for Volunteers For Israel, details the success of FVI’s recent project, “VFI Plus Archaeology.”
Aramaic inscription discovered in Jerusalem bears the earliest known example of Jerusalem’s unabbreviated spelling.
19th century soap factory and underground chambers discovered during construction of Uri Geller Museum in Jaffa.
Gedera excavations reveal what appears to be a workers’ recreation room at massive wine jar factory.
During construction for the Shelby White and Leon Levy Lod Mosaic Center, a new and impressive mosaic was uncovered dating to the 4th Century CE.