Israel’s rich biblical history can be found in the country’s archaeology. The Jerusalem Post shares the latest on archaeological excavations at significant biblical and historical sites in Israel and the region.

 Pacific mastodon tooth

Woman finds ancient mastodon tooth on beach

 The entrance to the W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem.

Should Israel outlaw the sale of archaeological artifacts?

Historic books are pictured at the Duchess Anna Amalia Library in Weimar August 15, 2014.

15th-century comedic manuscript sheds new light on British humor - study

 Ancient bricks seized from eastern Jerusalem

Police seize stolen bricks imprinted with 10th Roman Legion symbols

Girl and boy cutout decals on pink and blue backgrounds.

Did prehistoric Europe have a non-binary view of gender? - study

Slightly larger brains than modern humans, and stronger, but extinct. An illustration of the Neanderthal man.

Newly discovered early Homo Sapien footprint sheds light on evolution

A sarcophagus found at the newly discovered site where two embalming workshops for humans and animals along with two tombs and a collection of artefacts were also found, near Egypt's Saqqara necropolis, in Giza, Egypt May 27, 2023

Egypt unearths mummification workshops, tombs in ancient burial ground

 The SS Montevideo Maru.

Sunken WWII US warship uncovered by archaeologists in Japanese waters

A view shows the Olmec bas-relief Monument 9 of Chalcatzingo after it was repatriated from the city of Denver, Colorado, U.S., at the "Museo Regional de los Pueblos de Morelos" museum, in Cuernavaca, Mexico, May 25, 2023, in this photo released and distributed by Mexico's National Institute of Anthr

'Earth Monster' sculpture points to ancient beliefs in Mexico

Modern-day reconstruction of Jerusalem during the 10th century BCE. Model from the City of David, part of the Jerusalem Walls National Park.

Early evidence of dysentery plague found in biblical-era Jerusalem toilets

 Illustrative: marble copy of a building inscription from 1016 of Tsar Ivan Vladislav (1015-1018) for the renovation of the Bitola fortress, National Historical Museum of Bulgaria, in Sofia.

Did archaeologists find oldest Cyrillic text on 1,000-year-old breastplate?

 Illustrative image of a Roman-era head sculpture.

Archaeologists discover sculpted Roman-era heads in England

Police officers carry boxes into a police building in Mainz, Germany, May 3, 2023, after German police arrested dozens of people across the country on Wednesday in an investigation of the Italian 'Ndrangheta organised crime group, German public prosecutors and state police said.

Italy arrests raiders of ancient art, recovers 3,500 items

 King Tut burial mask.

Is this fungus behind the pharaoh's curse on King Tut's tomb?

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 Fire (Illustrative).

Humans used fire in Europe 50,000 years before we thought - study

 General view of Korcula, Croatia, June 23, 2021. Picture taken with a drone on June 23, 2021.

7,000 year-old road found under the Mediterranean Sea in Croatia

 Ossuaries found in a burial cave north of Nazareth.

Israel Police save unique Bar Kochba revolt coffins from grave robbers

 A statue of Hercules and a lion

2,000 year old Roman carving of smiley face discovered in Spain

 This undated illustration shows the Permian Period tiger-sized saber-toothed protomammal Inostrancevia atop its dicynodont prey, scaring off the much smaller species Cyonosaurus

South African fossils reveal ancient beast's epic journey to oblivion

 THE ‘TITANIC,’ 1912, prior to the calamity.

Titanic shipwreck scanned in 3D in 'largest underwater project in history'

 Landscape of Saudi Arabia where the engravings have been found.

Archaeologists find architecture plans for mystery desert mega structures - study

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