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Archaeology

Our collection of articles on the study, recovery, and scientific investigation of the material remains that can illuminate both our reading of the Scriptures and our understanding of tradition.

Archaeologists remove Scottish heroine St. Margaret’s relic to learn more about her life

The team intends to make a 3D replica, so future examination does not disturb the relic.

The ruins and rock-hewn graves of St. Patrick’s Chapel, Heysham

Experts believe that the remains are of priests and not Viking invaders.

The mystery of the giant cross that appeared on a beach in Florida

Some debate its origin; others, the meaning of its appearance.

Irish island with ancient monastic ruins up for auction

On a clear day, it looks like paradise.

The Grey Nuns of Montreal to turn their mother house into an archaeological haven

The community with so much historical significance to Montreal is working to stay relevant in the future.

Archaeologists look for “missing” monastery under English bus station

A dig will soon take place to discover the remains of Whitefriars, a Carmelite monastery in Gloucester.

The three mystical grottoes of the Holy Land

A tour of three key places in the life of Jesus: the places of his birth, the teaching of the Lord's Prayer and the betrayal of Judas

Torrential Israeli rains unearth two rare figurines dating back over 2,000 years

IAA implores all those who discover such finds to turn them over to the authorities.

Where did Jesus’ first miracle really take place?

The actual location of Cana of Galilee is anything but certain.

Pilgrims find a spiritual retreat at the “Boat Chapel” by the Sea of Galilee

"He got into one of the boats, the one belonging to Simon, and asked him to put out a little from shore. Then he sat down and taught the people from the boat.”

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