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Archaeologists Uncover Biblical Gate in Bethsaida

Located north of the Sea of Galilee, Bethsaida is famously known as the site of Jesus’s miracle of the loaves and the fishes, as recounted in the Gospels.

Oldest Fragment of Mark Gospel Discovered

A much-debated fragment of the Gospel of Mark has been dated to the late second to early third century A.D., making it the oldest fragment of the Mark Gospel ever found.

New Dead Sea Scroll Fragment Unveiled in Israel

Previously unseen Dead Sea Scroll fragments, which had been stored in cigar boxes since archaeologists unearthed them in the 1950s, were identified and unveiled at an international conference on Tuesday.

Archaeology Unravels Details About Mary Magdalene

However, new discoveries at Magdala suggest Mary Magdalene might not have been a "woman of the night" but rather an influential and wealthy woman.

Seal of Prophet Isaiah Found in Jerusalem

The hand of the Prophet Isaiah himself may have created an 8th century BCE seal impression discovered in First Temple remains near Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.

Israel Archaeologists Discover Ancient Pool

Israel archaeologists have announced the discovery of a large pool and a fountain dating back 1,500 years at the site of an ancient church near Jerusalem.

New Technology Enables Reading of Ancient Bible Manuscript

The research team conducting the process of uncovering the ancient Bible manuscript is anxious to find out what other work is speculated to be sandwiched in with the Book of Acts.

Israeli Scholars Decode Last Fragments of Dead Sea Scrolls

Israeli scholars have pieced together some of the last fragments of the dead sea scrolls, revealing new information about the ancient documents.

Archaeologists Find 2,700-year-old ‘Governor of Jerusalem’ Seal

Israeli archaeologists unveiled on Monday a 2,700-year-old clay seal impression which they said belonged to a biblical governor of Jerusalem.

Archaeologist Working on New Translation of Ancient Scroll

Professor of religious and Judaic studies from the University of Denver, Alison Schofield, is working on a new translation of the ancient scroll.