New discovery: A 3000 year old “Beka” weight

A “Beka” weight from the First Temple period was discovered in the Emek Tzurim sifting project in Jerusalem The weight, which was found in the archaeological soil originating from the

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Hanukkah – A celebration of faith

The festival of Hanukkah, also known as the festival of lights,  is a joyous celebration of gratitude towards the Almighty. A glorified acknowledgment of the miracles that the Lord bestows

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The Redemption Coin

“For the Redemption of Zion”: Coin from the Fourth Year of the Great Revolt Discovered at the City of David’s Sifting Project A bronze coin from the fourth year of

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The Babylonian Destruction

During the archaeological excavations in the City of David (Ancient Biblical Jerusalem) we always come across two ash layers, the first corresponding with the Roman destruction and the second with

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Planetary line at COD & the Babylonian Exile

Visitors to the City of David are used to seeing the Bible come to life, either by standing in the very locations where major stories in the Bible played out

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Watch the story behind ancient Biblical Jerusalem’s rediscovery:     Support the Excavations at the City of David

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IS ARCHEOLOGY IN ISRAEL A POLITICAL WEAPON?

Read the latest article in the Jerusalem Post on Archaeology in Politics. “The archeology that is in the City of David, among other things, proves beyond a doubt [that] thousands

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