Archeological Evidence Supports Jewish Presence in Middle East

2,700-year-old Hebrew Inscription Found in Jerusalem

By Gavriel Fiske August 18, 2013, 11:29 am First Temple-era pottery fragment features name similar to Biblical prophet’s father, archaeologists say. Archaeologists working in Jerusalem have discovered what they say is a 2,700 year-old pottery fragment with an ancient Hebrew inscription possibly … Full Article

Spectacular discovery sheds light on King David’s Israelites

Excavation provides evidence that the Israelite inhabitants of Khirbet Qeiyafa, near Jerusalem, practiced different ritual customs than those of the Canaanites or the Philistines. Yori Yalon and Israel Hayom Staff, Israel Hayon Newsletter, Wednesday May 9, 2012   An exciting … Full Article

The Place It All Began

In the place where Jewish tribes became a nation about 3,200 years ago, time has stopped. Professor Adam Zertal, the archeologist who conducted excavations on Mt. Ebal, has amassed surprising evidence at a cost to his career. “If you support … Full Article

Temple Menorah Stamp Affirms Jewish Claims to Land

By Gil Ronen, UCI Today’s News Summaries, January 11, 2012. Just two weeks after a Temple era seal was displayed to the public, archeologists continue to dig up breathtaking proofs of the ancient and never-severed connection between Jews and the Land … Full Article

Ancient Jewish Documents Unearthed

Ancient Jewish Documents Unearthed in Afghanistan May Be Most Significant Find Since the Dead Sea Scrolls Amidst the endless crises of the Middle East, the most significant events for the Jewish people are sometimes overlooked, their full importance only realized … Full Article

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