A group of archaeologists uncovered a section of a 1,800-year-old Roman road in Northern Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) announced Thursday. Archaeologists estimate that construction was begun during the reign of Roman Emperor Hadrian (76 CE-138 CE) but was completed by his successors. The road was renovated in the Byzantine era. In a statement, […]
There were surprisingly few items for everyday and domestic use, such as cooking pots. Lewis speculates that these materials were moved to castles and other fortifications after the encampments were no longer needed.
According to a report on Channel 13’s Saturday night newscast, The Blue and White Party gave a commitment to the Joint Arab List that it would rescind the “Kaminetz Law” in return for the Arab MKs’ recommendation to the President to task Beni Gantz with forming the new government.
Israel’s northern Galilee region is the latest victim of arson terror attacks as lush forestry burn to ashes.
With the sorely inadequate supply of donated human organs – from kidneys to livers and lungs to hearts – available in Israel, scientists here have invested years of research into producing artificial tissue for transplant. But until the technique can proceed, a way must be found to create effective arteries, veins and capillaries to supply blood to the artificial tissue.
In a quest to maintain Aramean culture and language, a patriotic Christian Israeli is seeking to establish a city exclusively for Christian Arameans in northern Israel.
Hananya Naftali, the prime minister’s deputy social media adviser, visits Magdala, the archaeological remains of the oldest synagogue in the Galilee, further proof that the Jews are indigenous to Israel.
A pioneering international study led by Tel Aviv University (TAU) researchers who conducted DNA tests in skeletons placed 6,500 years in a burial cave in Peki’in reveals their origins
Non-Jews who recognize the prophetic vision of restoring the Jewish people to their historic homeland are hard at work in the Galilee. Those who bless us, so shall they be blessed in return.
The discovery was just one of many side-benefits of the unique interactive trail that thousands of young people have been preparing and excavating.