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Purple Fabric
3 scraps from 1,000 BCE, earliest such finds in region, point to Edomite kingdom described in Bible; vibrant and lasting ‘royal’ dye, mark of the elite, comes from murex sea snails. Israeli researchers have found three textile scraps near the southern tip of Israel colored with the biblically described “argaman” royal purple dye, and dated...
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Israeli archaeologists have published a 360-degree analysis of a rural, affluent Christian town in the Galilee that was most likely destroyed by Persian invaders in 613 CE. Unearthed in 2007 in a salvage excavation before roadworks near Shlomi and Kibbutz Hanita, the remains of the Byzantine settlement at Pi Mazuva are located in modern Israel’s...
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Seven date palm trees have been grown from 2000-year-old seeds that were found in the Judean desert near Jerusalem. The seeds – the oldest ever germinated – were among hundreds discovered in caves and in an ancient palace built by King Herod the Great in the 1st century BC. Sarah Sallon at the Louis L...
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Israeli scientists have revealed a potential weapon in the battles against air pollution, deforestation and climate change: bacteria engineered to eat carbon dioxide (CO2) from the environment. Prof. Ron Milo’s plant and environmental sciences research lab at the Weizmann Institute of Science published a report on the study in Cell on November 27. Milo’s team...
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Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, according to Marilyn Monroe, but precious and semi-precious stones were used thousands of years before to make amulets, impression seals and objects in the Temple and to beautify the robes of the High Priest. A selection of stones of various types, including talc, amethyst, serpentine, chalcedony, lapis lazuli,...
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An exciting find was unveiled October 9 by the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Israel Museum: a unique stone inscription dating from the Second Temple Period (first century CE), including the full Hebrew spelling of “Jerusalem” as we know it today. The inscription was found last winter near the Jerusalem International Convention Center (Binyanei Ha’Uma)...
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The regal-looking pomegranate, ruby-red with a crown on top, ripens on Israeli trees just in time to decorate Jewish New Year holiday tables in early autumn. Each fruit has hundreds of edible juicy seeds, called arils, traditionally equated to the 613 commandments in the Torah. But pomegranates are appreciated across the world, any time of...
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The humanitarian aid organization first Israeli NGO to win the United Nation’s ‘Population Award’, for its work providing free heart surgeries to children in need all over the world. For the first time, an Israeli non-profit organization is receiving the United Nation’s ‘Population Award.’ Save a Child’s Heart (SACH), Israel’s largest international humanitarian non-profit, was...
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Watergen, Utilis, Innoviz and others listed among 61 of the world’s most promising technology pioneers. Israel has second most companies on the list. Eight Israeli startups were among the 61 early-stage companies recognized by the World Economic Forum for their design and development of potentially world-changing innovations and technologies. Watergen, a Rishon LeTzion-based company whose...
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Bamba, arak, watermelon and Bulgarian cheese, labane and zaatar – this summer’s ice creams are coming in some very surprising flavors! Everyone knows that pedestrian ice cream and gelato flavors are passé in 2018. At a time when “local” and “seasonal” are the buzzwords, we’re totally in love with the new uniquely Israeli flavors showing...
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