In this taboo tale of love and lust, a beautiful young bride falls for the twin brother of her comatose husband. But their pretty affair comes to an abrupt halt when the husband wakes up from his coma.
St. Helena was the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine. She convinced him to establish Christianity as the official state religion in the 4th century. She was also the first Christian pilgrim.
The Temple Mount or Al-Haram al-Sharif, is one of the most dangerous flash points in the Middle East. Wrapped in myth, scripture and headlines, what does archaeology reveal reveal about this holiest piece of the Holy Land?
The Bible is full of references to the kinds of food ancients ate – but there are no recipes. Simcha learns what archaeology tells us about what people ate in ancient times.
For thousands of years people have wondered which peak in the Sinai Peninsula is the legendary mountain where Moses is supposed to have received the 10 commandments.
Jae In shows her true colors at work as she exposes Eun Bi Ryeong’s dirty business transactions.
The Bible is made up of dozens of books, but tradition has it that the first five books were dictated to Moses, by God. But could Moses have really written down the words that God spoke, including the Ten Commandments?
It’s been an enduring mystery for two thousand years; what stopped the brutal Assyrian army from sacking Jerusalem in 701 BCE? The army was poised outside the walls of Jerusalem but at the last moment, according to the Bible, “an angel of God” intervened.
How did this Phoenician princess become one of the Bible’s best, or worst, femme fatales? Jezebel married Israelite King Ahab but the new queen didn’t move into alone. She brought the pagan god Baal and 450 of his priests into the Israelite Holy Land.
Cha Don turns himself in, and he goes to the same prison where Yoo Jae Gook is.
On the one hand Herod was famous for impressive public works and architecture; on the other, for the Biblical slaughter of the firstborn sons of Israel and murdering his own family. Was he suffering from disease that affected his judgment?
The antiquities market has always been plagued by fakes and forgeries. Can science actually prove what’s real and what’s fake, and how did it all get so political?
We discover an early and sensational fake artifact, the fabrication of an entire culture complete with artifacts that made their way into some of the world’s greatest museums.
In the 1950s a Bedouin shepherd’s sheep stumbled upon some ancient scrolls in a cave on the shores of the Dead Sea. This accidental find would prove to be the greatest archaeological discovery of the twentieth century.
What is the Hillazon (part fish, part snake with legs coming from its head) the mysterious creature described in the Bible as the source for the dye? Does archaeology have the answer?