The Times of Israel tells us more about a ring discovered from ancient times that most likely fell off during a ritual bath.
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From Sodom and Gomorrah to the Dead Sea Scrolls, here are some of the most interesting archaeological findings from the Holy Land this past year.
An archaeological excavation of the Galilean village of Huqoq keeps on giving.
In a dig near the Western Wall, a volunteer discovered a tiny biblical stone weight used by pilgrims to pay their tax before ascending to Temple Mount reports the Times of Israel.
Just in time for the Hanukkah season, Israeli archaeologists make a discovery – extremely rare gold coins from the 11th century – that feels like a “small miracle.”