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Excavators of Tell es-Safi (the Philistine city of Gath) have made many discoveries over 20 years of excavations, but in 2015 they found the monumental gate of Gath from the time of Goliath (its most famous resident).

It is one of the largest city gates ever found in Israel, attesting to the importance of the city 3,000 years ago.

Early in 2015, archaeologists announced the excavations of a former Turkish prison near Jerusalem's Jaffa Gate would be open to the public via guided tours.

The site is believed to have been the location of Herod's palace 2,000 years ago, and possibly the site of the trial of Jesus before Pilate.

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(This list is subjective, and based on news reports rather than peer-reviewed articles in scientific publications.) An Israeli boy enjoying a picnic with his family in mid-November at the ruins of the biblical city of Beit Shemesh found what appeared to be the small head of a statue and showed it to an Israeli tour guide.

The guide encouraged the boy to take the find to the Israel Antiquities Authority, which he did.

They determined it was the head of a fertility goddess, probably Asherah, dating to the 8th century B. The 2015 excavation of a Byzantine synagogue at Horvat Kur, overlooking the Sea of Galilee, revealed a mosaic depicting a menorah with a unique oil lamp design.