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PanARMENIAN.Net - Israeli archaeologists Wednesday, October 26 unveiled a 7th century BC text they said contains the earliest mention in Hebrew of Jerusalem outside the Bible, prompting officials to stress the Jewish connection to the city, AFP reports.
Every time archaeologists dig in Israel, another piece of the Palestinian Propaganda line crumbles. Earlier this year, scientists unearthed two ancient document seals in Jerusalem, dating to the late eighth century or early seventh century B.C.

A classic "message in a bottle" was located Oct. 13 along the shore of Indian Island on Port Townsend Bay. The bottle and note are displayed by Ben Carlson ...
Sir, - We, the board of the Institute of archaeologists of Ireland (IAI), concur wholeheartedly with the views of Prof Aidan O'Sullivan (Opinion, October 24th) that the temporary relocation of the Seanad to the National Museum on Kildare Street would ...
A historic statue of John C. Calhoun survived the shipwreck that brought it to this continent, but a local archaeologist and historian are trying to determine if it survived the ravages of Sherman's army when it marched through Columbia.

What goes through an archaeologist's mind when they see historic sites being blown up or demolished?
Giddings was a prominent Arctic archaeologist whose fieldwork in Northwestern Alaska provided invaluable insight on the movement of ancient northern cultures and peoples.
During the course of the excavation, archaeologists discovered the remains of a tower jutting from the city wall. Opposite the tower's western facade were scores of ballista and sling stones that the Romans had fired from catapults towards the Jewish ...
One of the researchers involved in the study, archaeologist Mark McCoy, said advances in technology enabled the team to date the architectural stone and coral from the tomb of the first chief of the entire island.
(Wikimedia Commons/Djampa)A segment of the wall was found on a street in Jerusalem now known as the Third Wall Street. Israeli archaeologists have discovered the site where the Romans breached walls to capture Jerusalem and destroy the Second ...
Implementing its commitment to protecting Greek tradition and cultural heritage, TAP has announced that its engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors are currently employing more than 40 local archaeologists and archaeological workers ...
archaeologists at The Australian National University (ANU) and Monash University are conducting a trial of new technology to build a 3D virtual-reality map of one of Asia's most mysterious sites - the Plain of Jars in Laos.
Back in 2000, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee archaeologist and anthropologist Bettina Arnold was examining a burial plot from 400 or 450 B.C.
"The wrecks are a complete bonus, but a fascinating discovery, found during the course of our extensive geophysical surveys," said Jon Adams, a University of Southampton maritime archaeologist and principal investigator of the project, in a statement.
Professor Ernie Haerinck, one of the pioneering archaeologists who worked in the UAE, died on October 5. His excavations at many sites revolutionised the way we understand the ancient history of the UAE, the Arabian gulf and Iran.
Researchers from the archeology department of the University of York, Britain, are scrutinizing a Saudi archeological facility in the region of Tabuk, dating back to the Stone Age, an approximate eight thousand year ago.

... TV archaeologist - The West Australian. Pinterest · Tumblr. Dutchman Willem Janszoon gets a lot of credit as the first European known to make landfall in Australia but Scottish archaeologist Neil Oliver says Dirk Hartog was a step ahead a decade later.
Stop me if you've heard this one before: An Indiana Jones-like cyborg discovers an eternal nightclub party and gobbles up copious amounts of liquor and pills on his way to finding his missing jacket.
"The wrecks are a complete bonus, but a fascinating discovery, found during the course of our extensive geophysical surveys," said Jon Adams, a University of Southampton maritime archaeologist and principal investigator of the project, in a statement.
"They found caribou bones, stone tools, and some later Native American artifacts," Ciccone said, adding archaeologists also discovered bones believed to belong to a now-extinct vermin species known as the giant beaver.
archaeologists from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) started excavations in September 2016 at Khirbat al-Minya, an early-Islamic caliphate palace on the shore of the sea of Galilee in Israel.
archaeologists from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) started excavations in September 2016 at Khirbat al-Minya, an early-Islamic caliphate palace on the shore of the sea of Galilee in Israel.
Israeli archaeologists have found evidence of where Titus's Roman legions may have breached the outer walls of Jerusalem in 70AD on their way to conquering the city and destroying the Second Temple - one of Judaism's most historically and religiously ...
archaeologists at the Australian National University can now walk around one of Asia's most mysterious sites without leaving their comfortable offices in Canberra thanks to new virtual reality technology.
archaeologists dream of that "Aha!" moment, when one discovery leads to even more. Vermont state archaeologist Jess Robinson had one such moment recently. But, unlike most archaeological finds that come from digging in the ground, his "most amazing ...
Rodents appear to have been roasted for food by Stone Age people as early as 5,000 years ago, archaeological evidence suggests. Bones from archaeological sites in Orkney show voles were cooked or boiled for food, or possibly for pest control.
The final resting place for Egyptian pharaoh Khufu has captivated Historians and archaeologists alike for centuries, with longstanding rumors of hidden tombs and secret passageways still surrounding the circa 2550 B.C.
archaeologists from the University of Reading have helped bring a Roman town to life like never before. A unique virtual reality experience has been created to allow people to see, hear and even smell how life was at Silchester more than 2,000 years ago.
"They found caribou bones, stone tools, and some later Native American artifacts," Ciccone said, adding archaeologists also discovered bones believed to belong to a now-extinct vermin species known as the giant beaver.
archaeologists from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) started excavations in September 2016 at Khirbat al-Minya, an early-Islamic caliphate palace on the shore of the sea of Galilee in Israel.
archaeologists from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) started excavations in September 2016 at Khirbat al-Minya, an early-Islamic caliphate palace on the shore of the sea of Galilee in Israel.
Florence, October 21, 2016: archaeologists have unearthed a luxurious ancient Roman villa complete with thermal baths and stunning mosaics near the central ...
FARGO - Animal figurines and marbles that might have belonged to a child were found in a pile of debris recently excavated from the former site of a famous ...
Just as the emergence of 3D printing technology has been found useful for a number of applications, the rise of drone technology has provided immense ...
Israeli archaeologists have found evidence of where Titus's Roman legions may have breached the outer walls of Jerusalem in 70AD on their way to conquering the city and destroying the Second Temple - one of Judaism's most historically and religiously ...
archaeologists have removed the protective cover from one of the Middle East's largest carpet mosaics - but only for a day. Visitors got a glimpse on Thursday of the sweeping geometric and floral patterns in vibrant red, blue and ochre stones.
North Dakota State University archaeologist Kristen Fellows said she and her colleague Angela Smith, along with their students, unearthed these and other artifacts as they sifted through mounds of dirt dug up by workers building Fargo's new city hall ...
It's time-consuming but vital work that documents the discoveries and will allow professional archaeologists to draw out additional information about Forest Landing.
A BBC article published on Oct. 12 said archaeologists had discovered that the inspiration of 8,000 life-sized Terracotta warrior figures found in the tomb of the First Emperor near Xia'an, Shaanxi Province, China, may have come from Ancient Greece.
"He was known among archaeologists as being a shady, charlatan type character. He was a real showman. I look upon him like a P.T.
University of Cincinnati archaeologist Shari Stocker inside the Grave of the Griffin Warrior. (Photo provided by the University of Cincinnati).
A local archaeologist says we're not doing enough to recognize and protect Indigenous heritage in the Kamloops area. She says too many historical sites are being bulldozed for development.
archaeologists dream of that "Aha!" moment, when one discovery leads to even more. Vermont state archaeologist Jess Robinson had one such moment recently. But, unlike most archaeological finds that come from digging in the ground, his "most amazing ...
Rodents appear to have been roasted for food by Stone Age people as early as 5,000 years ago, archaeological evidence suggests. Bones from archaeological sites in Orkney show voles were cooked or boiled for food, or possibly for pest control.
archaeologists at the Australian National University can now walk around one of Asia's most mysterious sites without leaving their comfortable offices in Canberra thanks to new virtual reality technology.
Carter proved a natural archaeologist, and continued to work on different burial sites in Egypt until 1899, when he was appointed chief inspector of the Egyptian Antiquities Service.
The eyes of a visiting archaeologist lit up when he was shown the 10 tiny, tarnished discs that had sat unnoticed in storage for two and a half years at a dig on a southern Japan island.
He is playing the role of an archaeologist. It will be a treat to see him in this role. He is a great performer," a source from the production said.
archaeologists excavating at the site of the ancient Biblical city of Tel Lachish have unearthed a gate-shrine dating to the 8th century BC (First Temple period).


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