A milestone with an inscription dating back to the time of the emperors Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus (161-169 AD) was recently discovered and scanned.
From summer 2022 till winter 2023 a study excavation was conducted on the Diocaesarea-Tiberias Roman road near the village of Rumat al-Heib.
A final report was published on the last month for documentation of a Roman milestone near Horbat Mishkena that was held in January and March 2017, in the wake of antiquities robbery and development work. The documentation was conducted by IAA employees.
A new article by Adam Pažout, Michael Eisenberg and Gregor Staab was published in the last issue of Israel Exploration Journal. The article presents an Inscription deciphered on an unpublished milestone found on the north-eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee in the 1990’s.
Exploring the Holy Land – 150 Years of the Palestine Exploration Fund – David Gurevich and Anat Kidron (2019), article by Chaim Ben David Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee
A Milestone Station In The Bet Netofa Valley, And Its Place In Roman Imperial Road System In The Galilee
In 1965–1966 a pioneering survey was carried out along the incense route between Oboda and the Nabataean caravansary in Sha‘ar Ramon by Zeev Meshel and Yoram Tsafrir.
Previously Unknown Stretch of 2,500-year-old Incense Route Found in Israel’s Negev Desert The path of the overland trading route from southern Arabia to Gaza was known to researchers, but they thought this 7-kilometer stretch lay elsewhere
Two uninscribed milestones were found along the modern road east of the Jordan on the Golan Heights. The first milestone (IMC 697) was discovered by Boaz Gross, a Phd Archaeology student from Tel Aviv University. The second one (IMC 698) was discovered by Oren Zingenboym from the Israeli Antiquities Authority.