Archaeologists investigated the destruction of Tall el-Hammam matching the description of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah by God recorded in Genesis 19.
Archaeological excavations at the Yazılıkaya Rock Temple of the ancient Hittites in Turkey reveal an underworld right below our feet.
IDF soldiers recently uncovered a watchtower from the First Temple period under King Hezekiah during an archaeological dig on their base in southern Israel.
Inscribed with ‘Belonging to Adoniyahu, Royal Steward,’ a clay sealing from the 7th century BCE uncovered from earth excavated at the foundations of the Western Wall
Vast, developed 9,000-year-old settlement found in Motza near Jerusalem in Israel by biblical archaeologists is a 'game-changer' that may rewrite history.
A city gate from the time of King David was discovered after 32 years of excavation in the ancient city of Bethsaida in the Golan Heights’...
A biblical archaeologist has recently uncovered a fortified wall in the ancient city of Lachish built by King Solomon's son Rehoboam around 920 BC.
Two amazing videos of Jerusalem dating back to the First Century AD, showing what is perhaps the very first Christian church in Jerusalem!
Some 2,000 years ago, a Jewish penitent misplaced a bronze ring during his climb of a 2,000-foot long pilgrims’ thoroughfare leading to the Temple Mount.
An inscription on a copper-alloy ring found nearly 50 years ago at an excavation near Herodium has been deciphered and could have belonged to Pontius Pilate.
Archaeologists from Trinity Southwest University have discovered a massive bomb blast crater where the biblical cities of Sodom and Gomorrah once stood.
An extremely rare biblical stone weight inscribed in ancient Hebrew script with the word 'bekah' was discovered in rubble taken from excavations at the foundations of...
Archaeologists have uncovered the entrance gate to the biblical city of Zer during excavations carried out in the Golan Heights over the past two weeks NTEB
A rare, well preserved Hebrew-inscribed and stamped piece of clay from the First Temple Period belonging to the “governor of the city” of Jerusalem was recently...
Experts believe they have found the lost village of Bethsaida, which was the home of Jesus’ apostles Peter, Andrew and Philip. Now The End Begins.
“The third wall is a fascinating testimony of the bombardment by the Roman army in AD 70, on their way to destroying the Second Temple,”
An enormous monument has been hiding in plain sight at the World Heritage site of Selah, Petra, according to a study recently published in the Bulletin...
A rare clay seal found under Jerusalem's Old City appears to be linked to religious rituals practiced at the Jewish Temple 2,000 years ago, Israeli archaeologists...