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Israeli Scientists May Have Just Re-Written The History Of Humanity

15 years ago, a freshman archaeology student stumbled on a fossilized jawbone on a dig in the Mt. Carmel region. Now, Israeli researchers have dated to it to between 177,000-194,000 years ago, which would make it the oldest human remains ever found outside of Africa

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Adam Zertal, Israeli Archaeologist Who Identified Joshua’s Altar at Mt. Ebal, Dies at 79

Zertal’s claim, which gives credence to his belief that the Bible should inform archaeological research, remains hotly contested

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Researchers: Ancient Scroll Discovered in Israel Contains Verses From Leviticus

New technologies have enabled scientists to decipher burnt parchment unearthed in the 1970s

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Ancient Mosaic Discovered in Israel May Depict Alexander the Great Meeting a Jewish Priest

Archaeology team from UNC-Chapel Hill continues to make discoveries in 5th century synagogue Huqoq village in Lower Galilee

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