Ancient Hebrew Fragment Dating Back To Solomon’s Temple Returned To Israel

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Photo shows the conservation of the papyrus in the Israel Antiquities Authority Scrolls Conservation Laboratory, undated photo. (Shai Halevi, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

This rare and previously unknown papyrus dating back thousands of years to Solomon's Temple has been repatriated to Israel where it is joining the country's collection of Dead Sea Scrolls…

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Throne Ivory Worth More Than Gold From Time Of Solomon’s Temple Discovered In Jerusalem

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Photo shows some of the ivories discovered in the assemblage, which contains no fewer than 1,500 fragments, undated photo. The ivories, conside. (Eliyahu Yanai, City of David/Newsflash)

This footage shows rare ivory plaques dating back thousands of years to Solomon's Temple that are believed to have been part of a throne and that have been unearthed in…

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Hundreds Of Rare Knuckle Bones Engraved With Names Of Gods And Used In Divination Discovered In Ancient City

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Dr. Lee Perry-Gal poses holding the gaming dice in an undated photo. A rare assemblage of knuckle bones for gaming and divination was discovered in the ancient city of Maresha. (Yoli Schwartz, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Five hundred and thirty rare knuckle bones that were engraved with the names of gods and used for divination have been discovered in the ancient city of Maresha. Known as…

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Israeli Detectives Find And Seize Priceless Haul Of Ancient Artefacts From Jerusalem Home

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Jerusalem District detectives seized Hasmonean coins during a search of the home of a man. (Israel Police/Newsflash)

Cops in Israel have found and seized a haul of valuable archaeological pieces from a home in East Jerusalem. The Jerusalem District detectives found the goods while conducting a search…

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OAP Burns Rent Money Collected From Tenants After Bleaching Notes And Putting Them In Microwave To Kill Off COVID

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The damaged money that a 74-year-old Jerusalem woman put in her microwave, in plastic bowl with bleach to disinfect them, fearing Coronavirus. (Bank of Israel/Newsflash)

An elderly Israeli building manager has burned the rent money she collected from her tenants to a crisp after bleaching the banknotes and putting them in the microwave to kill…

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Archaeologists Uncover Massive Quarry That Might Have Been Used To Build Second Temple On Temple Mount

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A 2,000-year-old stone quarry was discovered in the neighborhood of Har Hotzvim, Jerusalem.

Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered this massive 2,000-year-old quarry that they say was in use at the time the Second Temple was built in Jerusalem. The Second Temple was a…

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