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"(IPTC005 contains(MIDEAST ISRAEL ARCHEOLOGY))": 788 results 

 
A man release one of the Vulture that was found poisoned last week, in Gamla, in the Golan Heights, northern Israel, on May 16, 2019. Photo by Basel Awidat/Flash90
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Basel Awidat
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A man release one of the Vulture that was found poisoned last week, in Gamla, in the Golan Heights, northern Israel, on May 16, 2019. Photo by Basel Awidat/Flash90
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Basel Awidat
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A man release one of the Vulture that was found poisoned last week, in Gamla, in the Golan Heights, northern Israel, on May 16, 2019. Photo by Basel Awidat/Flash90
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Basel Awidat
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**FILE** A Vulture seen flying over Gamla, in the Golan Heights, northern Israel, on April 12, 2019. Photo by Yahav Gamliel/Flash90
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Yahav Gamliel
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**FILE** A Vulture seen flying over Gamla, in the Golan Heights, northern Israel, on April 12, 2019. Photo by Yahav Gamliel/Flash90
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Yahav Gamliel
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**FILE** A Vulture seen flying over Gamla, in the Golan Heights, northern Israel, on April 12, 2019. Photo by Yahav Gamliel/Flash90
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Yahav Gamliel
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View of the archeological digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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View of the archeological digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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View of the archeological digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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View of the archeological digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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View of the archeological digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Ikar Ben Matayahu, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Ikar Ben Matayahu, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Ikar Ben Matanyahu, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Archeologists found a stamps with names of figures who may have lived there before the fall of the Second Temple. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Ikar Ben Matanyahu, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Archeologists found a stamps with names of figures who may have lived there before the fall of the Second Temple. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Natan Melech, mentioned once in the Bible, in the book of Kings, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019.Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Natan Melech, mentioned once in the Bible, in the book of Kings, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Natan Melech, mentioned once in the Bible, in the book of Kings, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Natan Melech, mentioned once in the Bible, in the book of Kings, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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An archeologist holds a stamp that bears the name of Natan Melech, mentioned once in the Bible, in the book of Kings, at the digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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View of the archeological digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019. Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Construction work near the archeological digging site of the City of David, near the Old city of Jerusalem, on March 31, 2019.Two minuscule 2,600-year-old inscriptions recently uncovered in the City of David’s Givati Parking Lot excavation. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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View of an archeological digging site in the Sharafat neighborhood of Jerusalem, on March 27, 2019, where the Israel Antiquity Authority uncovered a 2,000-year-old Jewish neighborhood. A family burial mansion, an olive press, and a Mikveh ritual bath are among the findings that have been dug out in the excavation, ahead of plans to build a new school on site. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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View of an archeological digging site in the Sharafat neighborhood of Jerusalem, on March 27, 2019, where the Israel Antiquity Authority uncovered a 2,000-year-old Jewish neighborhood. A family burial mansion, an olive press, and a Mikveh ritual bath are among the findings that have been dug out in the excavation, ahead of plans to build a new school on site. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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View of an ancient olive press in an archeological digging site in the Sharafat neighborhood of Jerusalem, on March 27, 2019, where the Israel Antiquity Authority uncovered a 2,000-year-old Jewish neighborhood. A family burial mansion, an olive press, and a Mikveh ritual bath are among the findings that have been dug out in the excavation, ahead of plans to build a new school on site. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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