So what happens when ancient microscopic fibers of cotton turn up on an archeology dig in Israel? A look back into how we once lived.
The ancients used desert kites, or a sort of mega-trap to catch their prey. The structures seen from up high in the sky were named 'kites' by aviators in the 1920s.
Why did the ancients, our ancient ancestors mark major byways with thousands of burial monuments? Why are they shaped like pendants and what stories do they tell?
Luxury tenting, known as glamping, in Jebel Hafit, UAE
Found at Tel Yehud, it is the oldest source of hallucinogen use in history to date.
Locals learn to preserve mosaics in the Middle East.
An ancient cache of animal bones used for divination and games shows how people are just people wherever you roam.
Along with the likelihood that the people in the area north of Tel Aviv practiced regenerative organic agriculture, the people back then were farmers with culture!
Disney makes genies sound like fun and games but genies, or jinns, in the Middle East are serious business. Especially if one has moved into your house and won't leave the couch.
While building a wildlife hospital at a zoo in Israel, developers came across an interesting find: two ancient stone coffins called sarcophagi.
Ancient Greek burial stone discovered while clearing paths for nature park in Israel's Negev Desert
The reconstructed face of Pharaoh Thutmose IV is startlingly life-like, and makes you wonder what secrets the ancient king still hides.
The ancient caves at Beit Guvrin in southern Israel opened for the first time in 25 years with an art exhibit by sculpture Ivo Bisignano.
A treasure trove of ancient Islamic coins was discovered in an Israeli archaeological dig.