According to Jewish tradition, stone can never be ritually impure, so stoneware was popular among Jews in the Roman era. Watch now to see what archaeologists have to say about the site where this stoneware was produced during Jesus’ time!
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The Sheba Medical Center team is using new imaging technology to measure changes in pupil size, something they hope could provide early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.
Archaeologists may have just discovered the home of three of Jesus’ apostles – Peter, Andrew, and Philip, reports Haaretz.
The newly discovered watering system near Rosh Ha’ayin brings us etchings of human figures, crosses, and illustrations of vegetation from ancient times thanks to an excavation by Land of Israel and Archaeology studies program.
Now the world’s oldest Jewish library will go digital, meaning everything will be available to readers online for free. The collection contains a gold mine of Jewish manuscripts, including writings of those fleeing the Inquisition.