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Pharaoh Senebkay, from Ancient Egypt’s forgotten Abydos Dynasty, was viciously killed in battle over 3,600 years ago--probably being cut down from his horse or chariot, according to a new forensic study.
Canaan X Builds on Record Year of Twelve Exits across Multiple Sectors with One of the Ten Largest Funds of 2014 MENLO PARK, Calif., Oct.
As modern Egypt searches for a new leader, Israeli archaeologists have found evidence of an ancient Egyptian leader in northern Israel.
Tel Aviv University researchers have uncovered a unique 11th-century BCE sacred compound at the site of Tel Beth-Shemesh, an ancient village that resisted the aggressive expansion of neighboring Philistines.
Archaeologists in Israel have discovered a trove of 3,000-year-old jewelry, including a ring and earrings, hidden in a ceramic jug near the ancient city of Megiddo.
Hoard of gold and silver jewelry hidden for thousands of years could have Egyptian origin, say TAU researchers
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Tel Kabri is the only site in Israel where wall paintings similar in style to those found in the Aegean 3,600 years ago have been found; researchers say this was a conscious decision made by the city rulers to lean toward Mediterranean culture
Archaeologists in east Jerusalem have uncovered a 3,700-year-old wall, which is the oldest example of massive fortifications to ever be discovered in the city
Archaeologists are hoping to use inscriptions from Luxorâ€™s Karnak temple in Egypt as a guide to finding other ancient defensive outposts.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.