One of the largest Prehistoric Settlements in the world is being excavated by the Israel Antiquities Authority just five kilometers west of Jerusalem.
Monumental project to restore Caesarea’s Harbor Vaults and innovative Visitors’ Center inaugurated and opened to Public
Alongside Sanhedrin Trail, four High School students discover gold coin minted 1,600 years ago by Byzantine Emperor Theodosius II.
1,700 year old inscription naming the Negev city ‘Elusa’ is first archaeological evidence found on site of city’s name.
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.