Category Archives: Archeology

Hebrew University archaeologists find 12th Dead Sea Scrolls cave

Jpost – Israel News By Daniel K. Eisenbud February 8, 2017   Archaeologists Oren Gutfeld and Ahiad Ovadia survey the cave. (photo credit:COURTESY OF CASEY L. OLSON AND OREN GUTFELD) After years of fruitless searches for further Dead Sea Scrolls … Continue reading

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Trumpeting Place inscription

By Wikipedia Trumpeting Place inscription The Trumpeting Place inscription in its current location Material Basalt Size L: 84 cm: H: 31 cm; W 26 cm Writing Square Hebrew alphabet Created 1st century CE[1] Discovered 1968 Present location Israel Museum Identification … Continue reading

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Allah is a Zionist

By Sheik Abdul Hadi Palazzi March 18, 2010 Tablet Magazine Over the past 15 years, the political conflict between Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs has been reframed as a religious war in which leaders from Yasser Arafat to Hassan Nasrallah … Continue reading

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Esteemed Israeli archeologist censured at Temple Mount

Jpost – Arab-Israeli Conflict By DANIEL K. EISENBUD \01/04/2017 Gabriel Barkay was told by Arab guard and police not to refer to holy site as ‘Temple Mount’ during tour with college students. The Temple Mount complex in Jerusalem . (photo … Continue reading

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City of David unveils latest groundbreaking archeological discovery to mark jubilee year

Jpost – Israel News By DANIEL K. EISENBUD \12/27/2016 Regev: UN resolution is ridiculous, cannot undo thousands of years of Jewish history. Sephardi Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar, Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev, and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat attend City … Continue reading

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‘Free Zion’ coin minted 1,967 years ago unveiled

Jpost – Israel News By HERB KEINON \12/11/2016 “The liberation of Jerusalem changed the city fundamentally.” ‘Free Zion’ coin minted 1,967 years ago.. (photo credit:CULTURE AND SPORT MINISTRY) Long before the “Free Palestine’ slogan became popular – in fact about … Continue reading

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Expert claims inscriptions from Egyptian exodus proves Hebrew is world’s oldest alphabet

Jpost -Israel News By DANIEL K. EISENBUD \12/07/2016 Critics argue first alphabet an amalgam of Semitic languages. ONE OF the ancient Egyptian stone slabs inscribed with the name Ahisamach, from Exodus 31:6, used by Petrovich in his research.. (photo credit:COURTESY … Continue reading

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Palestinians make a play for Dead Sea Scrolls at UNESCO

Jpost Arab-Israeli Conflict By TOVAH LAZAROFF \11/06/2016 The Palestinian Authority is preparing to lay a claim to the Dead Sea Scrolls at the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Israel Radio reported on Saturday night. “This is another provocative … Continue reading

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IAA refutes authenticity accusations of ‘Jerusalem’ papyrus inscription

Jpost Israel News By DANIEL K. EISENBUD \10/30/2016 “We welcome every researcher in the world to come and test its authenticity.” The rare inscription from the time of the First Temple period.. (photo credit:COURTESY OF SHAI HALEVY/ISRAEL ANTIQUITIES AUTHORITY) The … Continue reading

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UNESCO resolution is a ‘disgrace to intelligent people,’ says Temple Mount archeologist

Jpost – Israel News By DANIEL K. EISENBUD \10/26/2016 On the eve of UNESCO’s Wednesday vote in Paris to ratify a resolution denying Jewish ties to Judaism’s holiest site, Temple Mount Sifting Project co-founder and archeologist Dr. Gabriel Barkay dismissed … Continue reading

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