Israeli Tal Fastman found something she didn’t expect during her swim in Kinneret: an ancient relic. According to Fastman, this experience is a “dream come true.”
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The remarkable discovery may mean that the Temple Mount was used even after the Second Temple's destruction.
During recent excavations in Jerusalem’s Old City, archaeologists discovered a small collection of clay seals used to secure letters or documents during the Iron Age. Researchers say this discovery offers a compelling case that Jerusalem played an important role in the Judean kingdom.
You may remember when the Bible tells us that the Apostle Paul was shipwrecked on Malta. This Mediterranean island has both a rich biblical and Jewish history – and many tourists have recently flocked to the island to learn more. When the Tablet’s Alyssa Pinsker took a tour of Malta thanks to a new tourism program that introduces visitors to Malta’s Jewish heritage, she learned that Jews have in fact lived here since biblical times.
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!