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Photo taken by Agatha ChristieAgatha Christie had little-known role in ancient Nimrud | The Times of IsraelThe British mystery writer’s second husband, Max Mallowan, was an archaeologist — respected in his field, but with nowhere near the renown...

Customs authorities at the Allenby Crossing between Jordan and Israel foiled on Sunday an attempt to smuggle Roman and Mamluk period coins into Israel. Some of the smuggled coins [Credit: Alleby Customs Authority]The smuggler, a resident of the Pale...

Archaeologists unearth tomb of previously unknown Queen in Egypt | Ancient OriginsA team of Czech archaeologists has discovered a tomb in an ancient Egyptian necropolis that belongs to a Pharaonic Queen, who ruled around 4,500 years ago and who was p...

Turkish police have seized Hellenistic jewellery with an approximate market value of 1 million Turkish liras ($267,000) from the flat of an antiquities smuggler in Turkey's western Muğla province. Hellenistic jewellery seized by the anti-smuggling...

More on the possible discovery of the secret tomb of Nefertiti - Egypt's enigmatic Queen.King Tut's Tomb May Hide Nefertiti's Secret Grave | Live ScienceThe burial chamber of King Tut has revealed many secrets over the years, but there may be a whopp...

Archaeologists from the University of Haifa were astonished to discover a massive gateway during recent excavations at Beit She’arim in northern Israel, where the Sanhedrin sat in the second century, and where Rabbi Yehudah HaNasi resided. Photo o...

Revealing the Identify of the First Female Ruler of Egypt. Hint: It Was NOT Hatshepsut | Ancient OriginsThe first known woman who can be considered an important ruler of Egypt was the wife of Narmer – Neithhotep, whose name can be translated as ''[...