Search / 358 results found Showing: 1-10 of 358
This piece was originally published by Chalkbeat, a nonprofit news organization covering public education. Sign up for its newsletters here.
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — Anita Novinsky, a leading Brazilian scholar on the Portuguese Inquisition and the history of Jewish presence in Brazil,…
The network of tunnels beneath the Temple Mount has been the subject of much mystery and controversy, but the cisterns – some of which are linked to biblical sources – are just as fascinating.
The post 49 cisterns tell the story of the destruction of the Temple, and much more appeared first on JNS.org.
The new find appears to put to rest doubts about the status of previous sections of the ancient wall that surrounded Jerusalem in the First Temple Era.
The post ‘Missing’ section of wall defending Jerusalem prior to Babylonian conquest unearthed in Old City appeared first on JNS.org.
Esther Bejarano said that music helped keep her alive during her time at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
The post Auschwitz survivor who used music to help combat racism, anti-Semitism dies at 96 appeared first on JNS.org.
This article originally appeared on Alma.
Discovery of a new population challenges the prevailing idea that Neanderthals originated from Europe and shows that two types of hominids coexisted.
The post Bones of unknown early human found in dramatic discovery in Israel appeared first on JNS.org.
Dubbed “the best mailman in the whole world” by one Beachwood resident, Aaron Johnson was feeling the love on his 60th birthday, when resident…