Leen Ritmeyer has posted a reconstruction drawing of Jerusalem during the Byzantine period, including an arrow pointing to the newly discovered Decumanus. (I think that I am the only one calling this street the Decumanus.)
Foundation Stone has a slideshow with 16 photos of the Decumanus excavation and press conference.
A 10th century Arabic inscription was discovered in excavations in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem. The IAA press release is here, but you can apparently only access the high-res photos by a direct link (zip).
Yahoo has a slideshow with about 5 photos of the Byzantine winepress.
Israel has added the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron and the Tomb of Rachel in Bethlehem to their list of national heritage sites.
HT: Joe Lauer