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Discovery of an ancient “Governor’s Seal” supports Jewish claim over Jerusalem

The artifact was found near the Western Wall and dates back nearly 2,700 years

Archaeologists discover ancient Roman stables a few miles away from Nazareth

The findings date from the 1st century, around the time Jesus lived in the area.

Massive remains of a Roman theater have been found in Jerusalem

The so-called “Western Wall tunnels” still have much to reveal.

Do you know the place where Jesus wept?

In Jerusalem, on the Mount of Olives, there’s a church built on the spot where Jesus wept while riding toward the city.

Strange findings in the Holy Land: The fortress of Acra was buried under a parking lot

An archaeological mission is believed to have found the fortress of Antiochus Epiphanes, besieged by the Maccabees.

“I have touched the enemy’s blood, not to kill but to heal wounds”

Dr. Alejandro Roisentul builds peace serving the victims of the Syrian war, in Israel.

Jesus’ Way of the Cross comes alive at Jerusalem’s Terra Sancta Museum

Visit the Old City’s only museum dedicated to the roots of Christianity.

The meaning behind the Jerusalem Cross

The symbol from the Holy Land has a rich and ancient history.

Earliest mosaic of Jonah found in 5th-century synagogue in Israel

Mosaics possibly depicting construction of the Tower of Babel were also found.

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