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‘Einot Amitai amongst the year’s most exciting discoveries in Biblical archaeology.
A 2,000-year-old stone production center points to ritual purity light.
Near site where biblical figure is said to have turned water to wine, 2,000-year-old workshop for stone vessels comes to light.
Dr. Itzick Shai, an archaeologist and lecturer in Israeli heritage at Ariel University, talks to host Gilad Halpern about the excavation of Tel Burna, in the coastal lowlands in southwestern Israel.
A three-day international seminar organized by the Institute of Archaeology at Ariel University convened in Jerusalem and Ariel on May 10–12, 2015.
Tel Burna and Qumran tefillin discoveries amongst the year’s most exciting finds in Biblical archaeology.
Tel Burna excavation in central Israel reveals ceramic masks that could mark shrine to storm god Ba’al.
A massive cult complex, dating back about 3,300 years, has been discovered at the site of Tel Burna in Israel.
Researcher finds tantalizing tefillin parchments from Second Temple era, overlooked for decades and unread for 2,000 years.