Inscription crowns 27 years of exciting discoveries It’s not often that an archaeological find makes the front page of the New York Times (to say nothing of Time magazine). But that is what happened last summer to a discovery at Tel Dan, a beautiful mound in northern Galilee, at the foot of Mt. Hermon beside […]
Archive for July, 2016
These very stones were walked on 2,000 years ago by pilgrims ascending the Temple Mount.
See and feel the archaeological excavation of David’s Palace at the City of David.
How did the impure walk down to the Siloam Pool to immerse themselves before entering the Temple?
The City of David foundation is hard at work preventing further destruction of the Temple Mount and its antiquities.
One needs only to dig down to meet our biblical ancestors first-hand.
The cemetery at Silwan is evidence of Jewish settlement in the area. But where were David and his family buried?
A seal of the scribe Gemaryahu Ben Shafan, mentioned in Jeremiah, was found in Area G of the City of David.