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History

Jerusalem’s lower aqueduct brought to light after 2,000 years

This water source was still in use up until the 20th century, when it was replaced with a modern, electric system.

What Neil Armstrong and I did on July 20, 1969

Which event was more significant? It seems obvious.

Was Jesus’ name really Jesus?

Doesn’t the prophecy claim “they shall call his name Emmanuel”?

Archaeologists discover biblical town where David found shelter before he was king

The archaeological evidence supports the biblical records of a great fire in Ziklag.

The only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence

One key factor allowed this man to rise to prominence, despite being a member of the Church of Rome.

Unearthed 5th-century mosaics give glimpse of ancient Judaism

Biblical realities continue to unfold in the Holy Land.

How a Catholic priest was the first to discover dinosaur eggs

Amateur naturalist Father Jean-Jacques Pouech published his ground-breaking findings in 1859.

Disputed Caravaggio masterpiece nabbed before auction

The buyer and final price of the painting, estimated at $170 million, remain undisclosed.

Armenian winemakers revive the tradition of “Noah’s Wine”

Vinyards are popping up all over the Armenian highlands, continuing the millennia-old wine tradition purportedly started by Noah.

Archaeologists uncover a gate from the time of King David

This is the second city gate discovered in the Golan Heights in as many years.

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