A 2.200 años de edad, jarro de bronce, ya que fue descubierto en la excavación en Magdala. (Eyad Bisharat, cortesía de la Autoridad de Antigüedades de Israel)
Cerámica de Chris Keenan en Studiopottery.co.uk - Celadon tetera, 21cm de altura. Producido en 2003. Fotografía cortesía de Michael Harvey.
Ewer, A.H. Rajab 629/A.D. April–May 1232. Jazira, Mosul; Iraq. Courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum (1866,1229.61) | This work is featured in the “Court & Cosmos: The Great Age of the Seljuqs” exhibition, on view through July 24, 2016.
320px-480px-Imágenes cortesía de Jason Jacque Inc.
Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp c.1945
Inside this wall stood a tower over 3.6 metres (12 ft) high, containing an internal staircase with 22 stone steps. The wall and tower have no known precedent in human culture, and would have taken a hundred men more than a hundred days to construct. - Old Tower in Jericho - Israel
Newly-excavated village in the Jordan Valley sheds light on the historical shift from foraging to agriculture.
Masada in Israel. Hiked up one side and hiked down the snake trail of steps on the other side...October 2013
Hidden within desert desolation near the Dead Sea region of Ein Gedi, Israel, are two caves that at least one archaeologist suggests may possibly contain what remains of the lost archive of the Jewish Second Temple.
The Rock at Horeb that Moses struck twice. Located in Saudi Arabia. The split in the Rock where water came out. This rock is split through the middle and displays the pattern of water erosion and evidence that numerous streams came forth in several directions. "I will stand there before you by the rock at Horeb. Strike the rock, and water will come out of it for the people to drink." So Moses did this in the sight of the elders of Israel." -Exodus 17:6 (NIV)