bone playing piece
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Find of the Month: It’s All Fun and Games! – Bar Yosef Family

Family finds bone astragolos from the game knucklebones at the Sifting Project! Find of the Month!
pottery lamp
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Channukkah Miracles at the Sifting Project

Video with Zachi Dvira talking about the symbolic finds of the first year of the Sifting Project.
enigmatic ball-shaped find
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Let’s Play A Game

Name That Find! Write your answers and stay tuned for next week's post with the answer!
handle with seal impression
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Evidence of Greeks on the Temple Mount

Amphora handle from the Temple Mount dates to the reign of Antiochus Epiphanes IV, the villain of the Channukkah story.
Modern bracelet found in the sifting - looking for owner
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Help Find the Owner!

Gold Bracelet Lost on Temple Mount. Share to Find Owner.
TMSP annual appeal

Annual Appeal

It's here! We have officially launched our new crowdfunding campaign! Check out the details.
John and the column fragment

Find of the Month: A Fragment from a Crusader Capital – John Walker & Timothy Ressler

Crusader period column fragment found by volunteer. Video of the layout of the Temple Mount during the Crusader period.
assorted beads in a row
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Bejeweled

Research on glass Rings and Bracelets from the Temple Mount Sifting Project. We're bejeweled!
Peretz Reuven
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Peretz Reuven: Islamic History Recorded

Staff Spotlight hits Peretz Reuven, expert in Early and Late Islamic Cultural Heritage
Figurine fragment or Naya Korshaya
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Find of the Month: Figurine Fragment – Or & Naya Korshaya

Two sisters found the leg of an Iron Age figurine at the Temple Mount Sifting Project.
Arabic wall inscription
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Nuba Inscription Identifies Dome of the Rock with Jewish Temple

Ancient Arabic inscription bears witness to the fact that the Dome of the Rock structure was originally named 'Bayt al Maqdis' referring to "The Holy Temple."
The Second Temple model at the Israel Museum
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Archaeological Evidence of the Jewish Temples on the Temple Mount

Historical sources and selected artifacts given to show proof of the First and Second Jewish Temples on the Temple Mount. Jews and Christians have a real and documented relationship to the Temple Mount.