The library was assembled over the course of two years, in collaboration with Google, using advanced technology first developed by NASA.
Cambridge University Library is to release digital versions of some of the most significant religious manuscripts in the world - following on from last year’s
The Old Testament Studies and Biblical Archaeology division of the Faculty of Protestant Theology at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) and the University of California
TAU researchers uncover a 12th century BCE seal depicting a man and lion in battle in Tel Beth Shemesh
Researchers have started to unveil the genetic heritage of Ethiopian populations, who are among the most diverse in the world, and lie at the gateway
The first ancient artifact constituting tangible evidence of the existence of the city of Bethlehem, which is mentioned in the Bible, was recently discovered in
Sensational discovery by archaeologists of Jena University at a Portuguese excavation site
Prof. Yosef Garfinkel, the Yigal Yadin Professor of Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, announced today the discovery of
William Shakespeare, the majestic bard, the enchanting poet, the ethereal playwright, and supposed inventor or first recorded user of dozens of words in the English
For many people, archaeological evidence – the physical remains of the past – are the ultimate proof of “what happened in history”. Even a radical
2000-year-0ld Burial Box could reveal location of the Family of Caiaphas. Rare, detailed inscription is genuine, says a TAU researcher.
A team of archaeologists from Leiden University and Palestinian Department of Antiquities are currently excavating the ancient site of Tell Belata, found in the Palestinian