Category Archives: Archeology

The Holy Half-Shekel

The Holy Half-Shekel The Half-Shekel is a Torah Commandment first introduced by Moses in 1289 B.C.E. In the Book of Exodus, chapter 30:11-16 we read: And the Lord spoke to Moshe, saying: When you take the sum of the children … Continue reading

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The Ark of the Covenant

B”H The Ark of the Covenant It’s Measurements and Gematria Shmoth (Exodus) 25.10 “And they shall make an ark of acacia wood; two and a half cubits shall be its length, a cubit and a half its width, and a … Continue reading

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Iraqi Jews Want Stolen Documents to Stay in U.S.

CQ Researcher The archive “should not be given back to the thief that stole it.” Just days after coalition forces captured Baghdad during the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in May 2003, several Americans heard about a hidden Jewish archive in … Continue reading

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Archeologists discover menorah inscribed on Early Islamic period coins

Jpost By Daniel K Eisenbud Researchers recently discovered that menorahs prominently adorned Muslim coins and vessels during the early Islamic period 1,300 years ago. Relics inscribed with the Jewish symbol dating to the Umayyad dynasty during the seventh-eighth centuries were … Continue reading

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The Arch of Titus and Saeb Erekat

Artuz Sheva – Israel National News Some questions for Mr. Erekat, who has asserted that his people have lived in the Land of Israel for thousands of years. By Dr. Bert Miller, 12/12/17 14:58   Dr. Bert Miller After graduating … Continue reading

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Archeology in Israel as a political weapon

Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) archaeologist Eli Shukron shows an ancient seal, at an archaeological site known as the City of David in Jerusalem December 25, 2011.. (photo credit: REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun) In Israel, archeology is far more than just science. Indeed, … Continue reading

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Seals from Judean Kingdom period shed light on life in ancient Jerusalem

Jpost Israel News By Daniel K. Eisenbud / September 4, 2017 A complete seal bearing the name “Achiav Ben Menachem.”. (photo credit:ISRAELI ANTIQUITIES AUTHORITY/ CLARA AMIT) A rare collection of ancient seals inscribed with the names of officials dating to … Continue reading

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