Read more about the article Supposed 2,500-Year-Old Royal Pottery Find Declared Fake
Photo shows the Darius inscription, undated. Eylon Levy, the international media advisor to the President of the State of Israel Isaac Herzog, and his friend Yakov Ashkenazi, found a small potsherd with some inscribed letters on it in Tel Lachish National Park, Israel. (Shai Halevi, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Supposed 2,500-Year-Old Royal Pottery Find Declared Fake

A small pottery shard that was believed to be a rare 2,500-old find inscribed with the name of the Persian king Darius the Great turned out to be nothing more…

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Read more about the article 2,200-Year-Old Greek Sling Bullet That Could Travel Further Than Arrow Found In Israel
Photo shows the word "Victory" on the sling bullet, undated photo. The 2,200-year-old sling bullet was uncovered in excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority in Yavne, Israel. (Dafna Gazit, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

2,200-Year-Old Greek Sling Bullet That Could Travel Further Than Arrow Found In Israel

Archaeologists in Israel have discovered a rare lead sling bullet that possibly belonged to a Greek soldier and bears a magic inscription for victory. The tiny projectile was discovered during…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Discover Bronze Hand Dating Back 2,100 Years With Oldest Basque Inscription Ever
Image shows the bronze hand, undated photo. The discovery was made in Navarre, northern Spain. (Government of Navarre/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Discover Bronze Hand Dating Back 2,100 Years With Oldest Basque Inscription Ever

Archaeologists have discovered a bronze hand dating back 2,100 years and sporting the oldest known inscription in the Basque language that could shed light on its history. The discovery was…

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Read more about the article 3,100 Year Old Pottery Fragments Believed To Have Inscription Of Biblical Figure
A rare inscription dating to around 1,100 BC was recently found in an archeological excavation at Horbat al-Ra'i, near Kiryat Gat, Israel mentioning a name found in the Book of Judges.

3,100 Year Old Pottery Fragments Believed To Have Inscription Of Biblical Figure

Three 3,100-year-old pottery fragments discovered in Israel are believed to include the name of a biblical judge. The pottery fragments, believed to be from a jug, were unearthed during a…

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