Ceramic amulet bearing Arabic blessing dating to Abbasid period discovered at Givati parking lot in City of David outside Jerusalem’s walls.
- 1 July, 2015 Second Temple-era ritual bath found under house Couple from Ein Kerem in Jerusalem discovered during renovations that a 2,000-year-old mikveh was right underneath their floors, giving credence to theory that there was a Jewish settlement at the site.
- 14 June, 2018 Unique 1,000-year-old Islamic amulet found in Jerusalem Clay talisman from the time of the Abbasid caliphate was owned by a man named Kareem, who prayed for Allah’s protection against the evil eye
- 13 December, 2017 Ancient Jewish town from Hasmonean period discovered 2,100-year-old Jewish community found in Judea, dating back to Hasmonean period, 600 years earlier than previous finds at the site.
- 1 January, 2018 Ancient clay seal found under Western Wall Plaza Excavations at Western Wall Plaza unearth unique stamped clay from the First Temple Period believed to belong to city governor.
- 15 July, 2013 Israeli archaeologists dig up artifact from time of Kings David and Solomon Fragment of ceramic jar found near the Temple Mount bears earliest sample of written alphabetical text found in Jerusalem.