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Archaeologists glean new insights of the ancient world.
A tour through the national park is a journey back to biblical times, where visitors can see the ancient town, complete with excavated buildings.
For centuries, the ancient Roman world went wild for rancid fish sauce.
Coins found under magnificent Jerusalem street point to construction by the local Roman governor.
High atop a cliff in the Judaean Desert, the ancient fortress was built by Alexander Jannaeus, and transformed into a monastery centuries later by Saint Euthymius
Archaeological evidence once again suggests that biblical accounts can be reliable historical sources.
The mosaic was discovered at an early Christian church near the Sea of Galilee.
Artifacts suggest the Bible is accurate in its description of First Temple-era Jerusalem as a land of riches.
The property is set beside a castle in the village of Mi’ilya.
Biblical realities continue to unfold in the Holy Land.