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There are 22 museums in Israel wich are either devoted in part or as a whole archiology. Most of them charge some fee for filming and can be very helpful with our co ordinating.
The Israel museum is the largest. Smaller museums with interesting exhibits include the Rockeffeller museum just outside the old city of Jerusalem, and Ein Harod museum of Kibutz Ein Harod in lower Galilee. The Hecht museum inside the Haifa university campus and the Haifa museum of prehistory have spectacular collection. Israel probably has the most magnificent collection of ancient glass in the world, since it was the Phoenicians who inhabited what is today northern Israel and Lebanon who discovered the art of glassmaking.
The Eretz Israel museum also has Israel most important collection of ancient coins.
There are also many fine examples of mosaic flooring from late roman synagogues and churches including the anchient church at Tabgha on the sea of galilee depicting loaves and fish to commemorate jesus miracle, and the magnificent depiction of the Zodiac and the sacrifice of Issac in the 6th century AD synagoug at beit Alfa in the same area. Perhaps the most significant Christian find is the stone inscription found in Caesarea which contains the ontious Pilate outside the bible. The most importand discovery of Jewish interest is unquestenaby the deadsea scrolls these were found by an Arab shepherd in a cave at Qumeran near the dead sea in 1947. Just before Israel war of independence. Their existence were long kept secret.