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.
The latest burial discovery took place during work on the construction of a hotel near the major Maya ruins of Palenque in Chiapas state.
Unearthing ancient faith: A Byzantine Greek inscription paraphrasing verse 86 in the Book of Psalms was found in an ancient fortress in the Judean Desert.
Engravings of animal tracks and human footprints appear in numerous traditions of prehistoric rock art around the world and many of these engravings can be found in Namibia.
The significance of this cave is that it "returned a large number of commingled skeletal remains suggesting its funerary use from the Neolithic to the Late Bronze Age."
The discovery marks the first-ever finding of such a structure used for residential purposes in the Mayan site, located in the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico.
Archaeologists excavated a corbelled passageway and a large vault built of thousands of unfired mud bricks, the first example of corbelled architecture found in Israel.
While many think bikinis are a 20th-century invention, an ancient Sicilian mosaic shows that ancient Roman women wore them during sports.
Three of the five were found where the temple's wall once, and the other two were discovered in post holes.
Unlocking the secrets of ancient Roman swords buried in the heart of the Cotswolds.
A 2,000-year-old burial site has been uncovered near Fröndenberg-Frömern, Germany, containing significant quantities of fire debris and large ceramic fragments.