Students help archaeologists dig through manure to unearth a stable for donkeys, sheep and goats.
Israeli civilizations from 5,000 B.C. seem to have used advanced irrigation techniques.
From stinky food to Ikea-like furniture, an archaeologist reveals what life was like thousands of years ago.
Find out where this archaeological wonder still stands.
It's the oldest plant ever genetically sequenced.
An Israeli lifeguard found it during a morning run. No word yet if he was granted 3 wishes.
This newly uncovered gateway and a mysterious mask may offer clues about the ancient greek god.
Archaeologists say they are among the first set of coins ever minted.
Discover the area's largest archaeological dig in the last half-century.
3,700-year-old stone is shaped like a beetle and covered in hieroglyphics.
Discovery of 1,600-year-old kilns leads experts to believe Israel was a major glass producer.
The shovel and a jug found alongside it may have been used for ancient ritual ceremonies.
The world offers no shortage of abandoned palaces and castles befitting the next "Jones" film.
She probably used it to sign official documents 2,500 years ago.
Archaeologists also found evidence of ancient bath houses on the site.