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.
Volunteers for Israel is opening a new program in which participants will spend one week volunteering at an army base and one week working with the Israel Antiquities Authority on an archaeological excavation.
Last weekend archaeologists climbed to a small cave where several intact vessels dating to the Hellenistic period were salvaged and lowered over 30 meters to safety.
An Abbasid period clay amulet bearing a blessing in Arabic was discovered in the Givati Parking Lot in the City of David in the Jerusalem Walls National Park during an archaeological excavation sponsored by the City of David Foundation. The excavation was conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University.
On June 10, 2018, a newly open promenade and Crusader marketplace was unveiled in Caesarea. This conservation and reconstruction project is the largest ever undertaken in Israel - with an investment of over 100 Million Shekels contributed by the Edmond de Rothschild Foundation and the Caesarea Development Corporation
A few days ago a 2000 year old burial cave was revealed in northern Tiberias. According to Yair Amitsur of the IAA the burial cave probably belonged to a wealthy family, as evidenced by “the high quality rock-hewing, the complexity of the cave, the decorations, and the Greek inscriptions.”