Experts believe they have located the last of the five great monasteries of Gloucester.
Archaeologists' findings suggest the monastic community was much larger and a lot older than previously thought.
The ancient artwork features depictions of people, animals, and writing in the ancient Syriac alphabet.
Archaeological drawings based on the site where it is believed St. John the Baptist was executed influenced the set design.
The artifact has also helped date the ancient Roman fort of Vindolanda.
Routine construction turned archaeological excavation yeilds relics from as far back as 4,000 years ago.
Modern science is informed by a surprising biblical source.
Their findings also suggest that there were more temples in the region than previously thought.
For the first time, a full archeological survey is being carried out on Lazarus’ tomb, along with important restoration work.
Researchers believe the church was part of a monastery near the Lower Galilee village of Kfar Kama.