The Naked Archaeologist
Host Simcha Jacobovici explores the identity of the "disciple whom Jesus loved," who was mentioned five times in the gospel of John.
Exploring whether some of the Dan took to the sea and became part of a Mediterranean confederation of Sea Peoples.
A talking donkey, an angel of the lord, and a curse against the Children of Israel. These are just a few of the clues that the Naked Archaeologist investigates as he uncovers archaeology about Balaam, the pagan prophet who tried to stop the Jews from entering the Holy Land.
Exploring how ancient rags, roots and herbs could lead to the famous coat of many colours - the coat that the Bible claims was worn by Joseph.
Exploring whether holy threads can be traced back to ancient times, which could help historians understand their significance.
Sigmund Freud argues that a little known Pharaoh called Akhenaten gave Moses the idea of monotheism, and he did not get it directly from God as the Bible states.
Investigating a giant slab of glass in the middle of a cemetery where prominent rabbis are buried.
Simcha investigates ancient fashions and scents in this trend-setting episode.
Looking for evidence of events which led to the union of David and Bathsheba.
Determining what ancient Israelite hairstyles looked like.
A look at people who are building models of Solomon's Temple.
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