Ancient jars found in Judea reveal earth’s magnetic field is fluctuating, not diminishing
New evidence says geomagnetic force 'spiked' in 8th century BCE, say Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University, UC San Diego researchers.
Study shows Pre-Columbian builders managed Amazonian forests
Amazonian forests were not pristine when Europeans arrived.
Ancient Chaco Canyon population likely relied on imported food
Corn may have come from the Chuska Slope settlement some 50 miles away.
Raw foodies: Europe’s earliest humans did not use fire
New research conducted by scientists at the University of York reveals for the first time that Europe's earliest humans did not use fire for cooking, but had a balanced...
More on widespread literacy in Judah in 600 BCE
Tel Aviv University researchers say more about the inscriptions dating to 600 BCE and the compilation of biblical texts.
Ancient inscriptions testify to widespread literacy in Judah by 600 BCE
Ceramic shards found within the remains of the remote ancient fortress of Arad tell the story.
A Crucified King of the Jews Found in a Jerusalem Tomb?
A prominent scholar and historian of Second Temple period Judaism revisits the tantalizing issues surrounding the almost forgotten “Abba Cave” tomb in Jerusalem.
Tel Aviv University discovers fabric collection dating back to Kings David and Solomon
Textiles found at Timna Valley archaeological dig provide a colorful picture of a complex society.