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Digging Through Time

01.08.2021

Last week, kids from the United States who came to Israel to tour their heritage were amazed at what they discovered there – including coins and pottery from the time of the Mishnah and the Talmud.

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Conserving Heritage Sites in Israel

12.09.2020

Osnat Avitan, Yigal Buznah and Eli Moyal are natives of the northern Jordan Valley city of Bet She’an, where they are now raising their children. For years they worked in maintenance at the national park in their city, until the threat of a cornona-fueled spate of furloughs loomed. A unique vocational retraining project has now allowed them and many others to resume work – now as conservation workers at the most important heritage sites in Israel.

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WeSea for Nature

The oceans and seas cover more than two-thirds of the Earth and are home to spectacular ecosystems and a wide variety of amazing creatures. The value of the marine world goes well beyond its beauty - it is a source of livelihood for many, regulates climate, produces half the oxygen we breathe, and even drives the water cycle to produce rainwater and drinking water.

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Has the ancient gate of the town of Bet She‘arim been found?

06.03.2017

“As far as we know, a settlement like this should not have been surrounded by a wall and therefore it is almost obvious that the name Bet She‘arim was not associated with the word ‘gate.’ Now we have to rethink this,” said Dr. Adi Erlich of the Zinman Institute of Archaeology at the University of Haifa.

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