The limestone spheroids of ‘Ubeidiya: were they an intentional imposition of symmetric geometry by early hominins?
New ArchCUT3-D technology explores 3-D micromorphological characteristics of engravings with unprecedented precision
Early City Planning in the Kingdom of Judah Sheds New Light on Urbanization Process and Borders in the time of David and Rehoboam
Early toilets reveal dysentery from Giardia duodenalis in Old Testament Jerusalem, at the times of the biblical Kingdom of Judah
Geomagnetic fields recorded in archaeological sites are helping to verify the Biblical accounts of military campaigns against the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah
Bar-Ilan University study provides definitive evidence of the origin of the alabaster whose quality met Herod’s lavish standards