The Siloam pool from the second temple period
In 2004 Found and excavated the Second Temple period Pool of Siloam. The pool was used for Jewish rituals baths. (mikveh)
The Canaanite fortress by the Gihon Spring
The Herodian drainage system and the second temple period “Pilgrim’s Route”
In 2006 – 2009 uncovered and excavated the ancient Jerusalem Pilgrim road that led from Siloam Pool to the Second Temple Mount.
In 2007 – 2012 excavated an ancient Jerusalem water channel that drained Jerusalem. Items discovered in the tunnel appear to confirm Josephus's account of Jews using the sewer as a refuge and escape form the burning city. Among the finds was a roman 2,000 year old iron sword found, with its leather sheath partially intact, a rare half-shekel coin, used to pay the Second Temple tax; only seven other such coins have been found in archeological digs.
The foundations of the Western Wall, bellow the Herodian street
2011-2012 excavated the foundation of the Western wall and the tunnel beside the wall under Davidson Center (Part of the Jerusalem Walls National Park), where a rare golden bell with a loop attached was found, the bell similar to the high priest bell describe in the bible.
Also found by Eli shukron a Bulla bearing the name Bethlehem, the first archaeological evidence of the existence of the city of bethlehem already in the First Temple Period.