Facts and Findings
Now, Israeli researchers are working on a way to use seawater algae to make biodegradable plastics reports NoCamels, helping to combat harmful plastic waste in our oceans.
After the excavation of the ancient Pilgrim's Road in Jerusalem, you can walk all the way from the Pool of Siloam all the way up to the Western Wall for the first time in 2,000 years. In ancient times, it is believed that Jesus would have walked this path up to the Temple.
Did Israeli archaeologists just discover the biblical site of Ziklag? In the Bible, the future Kind David was given shelter in Ziklag by Philistine King Achish.
The Times of Israel tells us more about a ring discovered from ancient times that most likely fell off during a ritual bath.
Did researchers uncover a ring that belonged to Pontius Pilate in biblical times? Writers at the Times of Israel tell us more about what experts have to say about the 2,000-year-old copper alloy ring.
Writers at Israel21c explain that because of new technologies like underground LiDAR (light detection and ranging) scans and 360-degree cameras, Israeli researchers are discovering remains of an ancient village in the lowlands of Jerusalem.
Newly discovered Dead Sea Scroll fragments were presented at the Israel Museum in honor of Israel's 70th anniversary. These fragments help fill in the gaps of the already published scrolls, as well as provide evidence of an unknown manuscript.
Israel's new interactive Sanhedrin Trail is 70 kilometers long and follows paths walked by many influential Jewish figures from 1,900 years ago.
Now you can interact with holographic images of Holocaust survivors, asking them personal questions about their experience during the Holocaust, at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, located north of Chicago.
Israeli Dekel Ben Shitrit saw an old ring among the weeds with the image of a human figure engraved on the front. After turning it in to the Israel Antiquities Authority, researchers say the image could depict Saint Nicholas of Nazareth.
Thousands of newly discovered documents, dating from the mid-18 century through WWII, give us a better understanding of Eastern European Jewish life during this time, reports The Jerusalem Post. While announcing the discovery, researchers at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research say these documents were thought to have been destroyed during the Holocaust.
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!
Colorful fabric from King David and Solomon's time was discovered in an excavation at Timna in southern Israel, allowing researchers to gain new perspectives of the textile industry of this era.
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