The Times of Israel tells us more about a first-ever animal-headed earring discovered from the Hellenistic-era Jerusalem!
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In 1944, the Terezin concentration camp’s inmate choir enjoyed performing Giuseppe Verdi’s “Requiem.” Writing at The Wall Street Journal, Bryony Clarke explains why Jewish inmates would find hope – and a voice – in singing this Christian prayer.
If you’ve ever played the board game mancala, you’re in good company. In fact, you’re in historic company. Did you know the game has been entertaining people since the third century? That’s one of many surprising discoveries researchers with the Israel Antiquities Authority have recently learned during excavations for a new neighborhood in central Israel.
A new museum set to open in 2019 will display the beautiful ancient mosaics found in the city of Lod.
An Israel Collective film brings us the stories of two Christians, one Israeli and one Palestinian, showing what life is really like for Christians in the Middle East.