Jewish news agency JTA,The story of the Iraqi Jewish Archive began in the second Gulf War with the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, when US forces transferred it to documentation and preservation in the United States.
The archives were found during the second Gulf War at Saddam Hussein's headquarters.
The archive contains 2700 articles, including a copy of the Bible dating back to 1568, ancient copies of the Babylonian Talmud and the Zohar, and a wealth of information about the lives of the Jews of Babylon and Iraq over the years.
The fear of the curse of the Pharaohs did not stop archaeologists from opening the "Ark of Alexandria," and found no remains of Alexander the Great inside, but found a wondrous red liquid inside.
Soon after the liquid was found, the team rushed to sample it with water purification equipment, to analyze it, and to detect its components.
Mustafa Waziri, secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, told a news conference at the site of the coffin finding the contents of the coffin, confirming that it was a collective burial place for three people from one family.
The secrets of embalming in the era of the pharaohs, especially those related to the chemical components of the oils used by the ancient Egyptians in the embalming of their dead, became close to detection, after the new archaeological discovery.
Archaeologists have announced that they found a workshop used for mummification in the era of the pharaohs, dating back to 2500 BC, in an ancient cemetery near the Egyptian pyramids south of Cairo.
"Scientists hope the discovery will reveal more about the mysteries of embalming in the 26-year-old family of ancient Egypt," Egyptian Antiquities Ministry officials said.
The black coffin in Egypt, about 185 cm long, was found at a construction site in Alexandria five meters below the ground.
The world is waiting to open this coffin, and is due to be opened by archaeologists in the coming days, which is likely to be opened at the discovery site because of the difficulty of being transferred as one piece, according to The Guardian.
According to officials of the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, the coffin dates back to the Ptolemaic period, which began with the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC. The division of the Greek military leaders into his empire was signed by Egypt under the command of Ptolemy, who inherited his rule for his children.
A gang specializing in the smuggling of antiquities helped the Egyptian police to discover a large archaeological site after their arrest in Minya governorate in Upper Egypt.
The gang was specialized in archaeological excavations and was engaged in a stealth excavation in the village of Chiba Eastern Department of Abu Bakrqas Center in Menia.
Video, a tour inside the Gharibah Temple on the Tunisian island of Djerba, and an overview of the Jewish pilgrimage rituals
An alien synagogue or Jewish alien temple, is a synagogue located on the island of Djerba in southeastern Tunisia.
The synagogue is located in a small, mostly Jewish village in the past. It is called the "little hothouse", now called "Riyadh", several kilometers southwest of Houmt Souk, the capital of Djerba.
The label "alien" came from a legend that says: The temple was built to maximize the sacred stone coming from a strange land.
Kairouan, the second station of the Agency for Heritage development and cultural promotion (AMVPPC) and the National Heritage Institute - Part III - Al-Balawi Mosque
Tunisia / Kairouan / Awad Salam / was the place of Abu Mazma Balawi, the third archaeological sites in the second visit, Which was on April 21, 2018, which is part of the program of successive visits of representatives of the Tunisian and international media adopted in Tunisia, organized by the Agency for Heritage development and cultural promotion (AMVPPC), in cooperation with the National Institute of Heritage, Cultural Affairs, to the city of Kairouan.
The visit included four important archaeological sites: the Aghlabid, the Uqba ibn Nafi Mosque, the Abu Al-Balawi Mosque, the Museum of Civilization and Islamic Arts.
Red Wednesday, or the beginning of creation when the Yezidis, It is called Garmashampa, The New Year's Day for the Yezidi Kurds
The first Wednesday of April falls every year according to the Eastern calendar, which is 13 days from the Western calendar, It is celebrated by the Yezidis in their places of residence in Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Iran and various parts of Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Russia and many European countries, especially in Germany.