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It Takes a Village to Dig Up an Ancient City

The work at Megiddo is a product of many students, volunteers, scholars, labs, and schools joining forces to bring forth the ground breaking excavations, publications, and research results we are able to do as part of the Megiddo Expedition. 42 more words


Discover the treasures of holy land on a Biblical & Archaeology Israel Tour

Can you dream of being on archaeological discovery? Join the Biblical & Archaeology Israel Tour and experience the once in a lifetime opportunity to connect with the ancient world mentioned in Bible and credit something special to your travel experience! 553 more words


Archaeologists find seal of prophet Isaiah in Jerusalem

“Israeli archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar uncovered a clay seal bearing the name of Isaiah the Prophet in excavations south of the Temple Mount. The name, which is missing one letter, was located in the same dig where a seal of King Hezekiah, a contemporary of Isaiah, was also found. 75 more words


Biblical Archaeology: The Prophet Isaiah

A clay seal stamped with the prophet Isaiah’s name was found recently.  This seal, that would be impressed upon scrolls, is over 2,700 years old and was found next to the other much reported clay seal (or bulla) for… 252 more words


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Archeological digs in the Israelite territories and in parts of Turkey have helped us to understand something about the everyday life of people living thousands of years ago.  21 more words

The Oil Press Gallery - on the Seam of Two Quarters

Meet Abir Nassee, a master storyteller and over 45-year owner of the Oil Press Gallery in Jerusalem’s Old City.

Oil Press Gallery on TripAdvisor

Come in with me as we see his gallery, hear stories and see wonderful thing. 44 more words

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Dipping into the Community Pool: December 30

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.  We’ve been enjoying some extra time with family and friends, talking about 2017, celebrating birthdays, and thinking about the new year to come.   374 more words