One of the most pressing issues in modern biological conservation is "invasion biology".
The Ackerman Family Bar-Ilan University Expedition to Gath, headed by Prof. Aren Maeir, has discovered the fortifications and entrance gate of the biblical city of
Did a man called Jesus of Nazareth walk the earth? Discussions over whether the figure known as the “Historical Jesus” actually existed primarily reflect disagreements
Skeletal analysis may support increased survival and mortality risk after Black Death
A 3,300 year old coffin has been discovered by archaeologists containing the personal belongings of a wealthy Canaanite – Possibly an Official of the Egyptian
John Colenso, a 19th-century missionary who caused outrage for his sympathetic work with Zulus in South Africa.
Archaeologists have shown that camels were not domesticated centuries after the Age of the Patriarchs (2000-1500 BCE).
The 17th century saw unprecedented changes in our understanding of the universe.
Animals descended from pigs brought by the Philistines 3,000 years ago
New findings from an archaeological excavation led this winter by Dr. Erez Ben-Yosef of Tel Aviv University’s Jacob M. Alkow Department of Archaeology and Near Eastern Cultures prove that copper
As modern Egypt searches for a new leader, Israeli archaeologists have found evidence of an ancient Egyptian leader in northern Israel.
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