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Archeologists uncover finest example of Israelite-era home
'Naked Runner' Sheds Light on a Little-known Art of Ancient Rome
Closeup of the 'naked runner' jasper found in Shikmona: Little had been known about ancient Roman gem carving before it. Photo by Dr. Michael Eisenberg.
Fragile Historical Discovery: Ancient Glass Bracelet With Menorah Motif
Gorin-Rosen says three bracelet fragments with menorah decorations have been found in Israel: at Bab el-Hawa in the northern Golan Heights, at Banias, also in the Golan, and a third discovered at Shikmona, Haifa. That last one also shows a menorah with ...
Ancient Israeli House Surprises Archaeologists
The remains of a house uncovered in the city of Haifa are the best-preserved yet from the Kingdom of Israel, dating back nearly three millennia.
Kosher at the beach
The beaches of Haifa are among the most beautiful in Israel, with long stretches of clean sand shaded by sturdy wooden pergolas and a fourkilometer promenade that is being extended north towards the archaeological site of Shikmona. The many beach ...

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