Evidence of religious practices dating back to the early days of King David and the Kingdom of Judah have been discovered at excavations run by the Israel Antiquities Authority in Tel Motza, west of Jerusalem.
Italian archaeologists have unearthed tombs in the southern Egyptian city of Luxor that are more than 3,000 years old.
Hierakonpolis (Egypt): Close up of Copper Statue of Pepi I (6th Dynasty Old Kingdom) Found at Hierakonpolis
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Israeli archaeologists have uncovered a rare temple and religious figurines dating back to the Judaean period nearly 3 000 years ago, Israel's Antiquities Authority said.
The Muslim Waqf is continuing to destroy Jewish antiquities on the Temple Mount in a direct violation of a ruling by the Supreme Court, a new report released Monday finds.
Greco-Roman statues found in an ancient Egyptian temple. Click on the photo to read the article.