Reconstructing The Past: Archeologists Piece Together Siege Ramp Of Lachish
In 701 BCE, Assyrian King Sennacherib laid siege to the flourishing Canaanite city as his army attempted to sweep through the entire country.
November 11, 2021
Bottoms Up: Israeli Scientists Brew Beer With ‘Resurrected’ Yeast From 5,000 Years Ago
A team of microbiologists, archeologists, and beer experts made a beer with ancient yeast dating back to the time of the Pharaohs.
May 22, 2019
Tel Aviv Researchers Reveal Why Thriving Civilizations Perished 3,200 Years Ago In The Levant
What caused the decline of the great civilizations of the Bronze Age in the Levant? This question was an enduring mystery, until a team of Israeli and German researchers harvested ancient pollen from the bottom of Israel's lakes to find the answer.
January 14, 2014
Tel Aviv University Study Shows Recycling Is As Old As Mankind
You may believe that recycling is a modern quirk invented by leftist ecologists, but there is mounting evidence to suggest our prehistoric ancestors learned to recycle the objects they used in their daily lives.
November 05, 2013
Israeli App Brings Archeological Landmarks Back To Life
Ever find yourself at an archeological site trying to imagine what it might've looked like? Israeli app Architip uses current technology to make you feel as if you're looking at the real thing.
June 24, 2013