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Included among the treasures were the first complete remains of an Anglo-Saxon lyre ever discovered.
Pinning one of these brooches on your hat or lapel would let everyone you met know you had visited a holy Christian site.
The Biblical Archaeology Society is helping volunteers connect with the dig that best suits their interests.
The discovery offers the first evidence of a genetic link between the Crusaders and the Middle Eastern population.
The holy site, known as the Cenacle, is located on the upper floor of the King David’s Tomb.
Discoveries at site offer insight into what life was like in 1st-century Judea, during the time of the Roman occupation of the Holy Land.
The seal is linked to a name from the Bible, supporting the Old Testament's accounts of the fall of Judah.
Dr. Scott Stripling used biblical records as a guide to locate lost the lost city.
The team intends to make a 3D replica, so future examination does not disturb the relic.
Experts believe that the remains are of priests and not Viking invaders.