Not everybody agrees that the biblical reference in Exodus is to ‘witches’ as we understand them.
The Nazis burned and looted the synagogue but it was the Russians who knocked it down as they set out to eradicate Jewish memories in Lithuania after WWII.
One tomb from Ptolemaic-era burial shaft carved into the bedrock, another a child’s grave: This was not an army camp
Turns out Galilee Jews were as devout as their Judean counterparts ■ Chalk cave could be source of stone jars whose water Jesus turned into wine at nearby Kafr Kana
Archaeologists believe Julias, the home of Jesus’ apostles Peter, Andrew and Philip, was located on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee
Dazzled by their advanced accomplishments on isolated little Crete, archaeologists always thought the Minoans had originated somewhere else and brought the wonders with them
The ancient Carthaginians were so obsessed with gambling that some may have chosen the races as their final resting place, archaeologists suspect.
A thick destruction layer featuring storage jars with marks typical of 6th century B.C.E., and a remarkable ivory statuette of a nude woman, were unearthed beyond Jerusalem city walls