Giant Prehistoric Elephant Tusk Uncovered in Israel
Archeologists have uncovered a giant prehistoric elephant tusk during a two-week excavation near Kibbutz Revadim in southern Israel. The 2.5-meter-long remnant of the huge straight-tusked elephant was discovered by Dr. Eitan Mor, a biologist from Jerusalem during the excavation by...
Archaeologists Discover Mysterious Ancient Greek Game Made of Bones
An Ancient Greek divination game from around 2,300 years ago, known as 'astragaloi' (meaning 'ankles') and made from bones, has been discovered by archeologists in the Maresha-Bet Guvrin National Park located in the Judean Foothills—also known as the Shephelah—in...