Read more about the article Ancient Ostrich Eggs Found At Prehistoric BBQ
Photo shows the flint finds uncovered during the excavation in the right tray and the Ostrich eggshell fragments in the left tray, undated. Ostrich eggs believed to be 4000-year-old were uncovered in the Negev in Israel. (Emil Aladjem, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Ancient Ostrich Eggs Found At Prehistoric BBQ

Ostrich eggs dating back up to 7,500 years have been found beside a prehistoric barbecue pit where a tribe of hunter-gatherers cooked giant omelettes. The astonishing desert discovery was made…

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Read more about the article Passenger Wrapped Snakes And Lizards In Tinfoil Disguised As A Snack
Photo shows a lizard that was smuggled into Israel from Hungary by a young Israeli and was seized during an operation at Ben Gurion Airport, in Tel Aviv, Israel, Jan. 2023. The Israeli man was arrested. (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development/Newsflash)

Passenger Wrapped Snakes And Lizards In Tinfoil Disguised As A Snack

Customs inspectors find a real-life snake and a lizard at an airport after being wrapped up in tinfoil and put in a lunch box to disguise them as a snack.…

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Story by Ajda Ender Amir Ohana became the Speaker of the Parliament in Israel, and the whole world saw Israel's respect for LGBTI Rights. Israel and Amir Ohana showed the…

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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 3,000-Year-Old Scarab Seal Found During School Field Trip Was Mistaken For Toy
Photo shows the scarab, showing a seated figure on the right and a standing figure with a raised arm on the left, possibly symbolizing the imparting of authority, undated photo. The 3,000-year-old Egyptian scarab seal was found during a middle school field trip in Azor, just outside Tel Aviv, Israel in November 2022. (Gilad Stern, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

3,000-Year-Old Scarab Seal Found During School Field Trip Was Mistaken For Toy

A school field trip to a small town outside of Tel Aviv has led to the discovery of a 3000-year-old scarab seal that was picked up off the ground after…

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Read more about the article Looters Caught Red-Handed Digging Up Ancient Well For Treasure
Photo shows the moment when three looters were caught while they were excavating and destroying historical layers in an Ottoman well next to the cemetery of the Bedouin city of Rahat in Negev, Israel, undated photo. The robbers are suspected of searching for a hidden treasure, which, according to a Bedouin myth, was buried in the well, inside a cave. (Emil Aladjem, Israel Antiquity Authority Robbery Prevention Unit/Newsflash)

Looters Caught Red-Handed Digging Up Ancient Well For Treasure

Officials in Israel busted three looters digging for treasure in an ancient Ottoman well. Inspectors from Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) Antiquities Theft Prevention Unit caught the robbers red-handed as they…

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Read more about the article Nobleman’s Medieval Graffiti  Found In Jerusalem Holy Tomb
Photo shows the inscription and family emblem of Adrian von Bubenberg in the Holy Complex on Mount Zion, Jerusalem, Israel. Written sources record that Adrian von Bubenberg came on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 1466. (Shai Halevy, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Nobleman’s Medieval Graffiti Found In Jerusalem Holy Tomb

Graffiti drawn by a knight from the Middle Ages has been discovered more than 500 years later in King David's Tomb in Jerusalem. A charcoal scrawling shows the name of…

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Read more about the article Army Commander Points Finger At USA And Israel, Saying Iran Will Not Allow Foreign Interference
Iranian Army Commander Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi poses in an undated photo. He stressed on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022, that the army will not permit any interference and aggression by any foreign powers in the country's internal affairs. (Newsflash)

Army Commander Points Finger At USA And Israel, Saying Iran Will Not Allow Foreign Interference

The head of the Iranian army has pointed the finger at the USA and Israel and said that the country's Armed Forces will not allow any foreign interference or aggression…

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Read more about the article Incredible Discovery Of 44 Solid Gold Coins Dating Back 1,400 Years
Picture shows the 44 pure gold coins, undated. The coins minted between 602 and 641 AD was discovered during an archaeological excavation by the Antiquities Authority at the Banius site within the Hermon River Nature Reserve, Israel. (Dafna Gazit, Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Incredible Discovery Of 44 Solid Gold Coins Dating Back 1,400 Years

A team of archaeologists in Israel has unearthed 44 Byzantine solid gold coins hidden under a wall 1,400 years ago. Experts believe the coins were stashed around the time of…

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Read more about the article Ancient Tombs Reveal Opium Use 2,300 Years Ago
Photo shows artefacts unearthed during the excavations at the Tel Yehud site in Israel, undated photo. A new study by the Israel Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv University and The Weizmann Institute of Science has revealed the earliest known evidence of the use of the hallucinogenic drug opium, and psychoactive drugs in general, in the world. (Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Ancient Tombs Reveal Opium Use 2,300 Years Ago

Ceramic vessels discovered in ancient tombs in Israel have revealed the world's earliest evidence of opium use dating back more than 2,300 years. The images show the opium paraphernalia from…

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