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Aegean Anatolian News

2700-year-old children’s cemetery discovered in Tenedos Ancient City

A 2700-year-old children’s cemetery was discovered during the ongoing excavations in the ancient city of Tenedos under the direction of Prof. Dr. Turan Takaoğlu, a [more…]

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Anatolian News

The 10 historical artifacts kidnapped from Türkiye to Italy are being brought back to the country

Türkiye has added a new one to its successful efforts to return illegally smuggled cultural assets to the country’s soil. Minister of Culture and Tourism [more…]

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Aegean Anatolian News

The 1900-year-old ancient road of Aigai, the city of goats, unearthed

In the late 8th century BC, the 1900-year-old ancient road of the ancient city of Aigai, known as the city of goats, built on a [more…]

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Aegean Anatolian News

Statue heads of Dionysus and Aphrodite were unearthed in the Ancient City of Aizanoi

The heads of the goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite, and the god of wine, Dionysus, were discovered in the ancient city of Aizanoi, located [more…]

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Anatolian News Marmara and Thrace

A lion mosaic reflecting the “Dionysus Cult Place” was found in the Ancient City of Prusias ad Hypium

A mosaic depicting the ‘Dionysus Cult Place’ was found in the Ancient City of Prusias ad Hypium, located in the Düzce province of Türkiye’s Marmara [more…]

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Anatolian News Southeastern Anatolia

The monumental gate of the 1,900-year-old Mithras Temple in Zerzevan Fortress has been reached

The site of the main entrance gate of the 1,900-year-old underground temple belonging to the Mithras religion has been determined during excavations at Zerzevan Fortress [more…]

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Anatolian News

Scientists examined the remains believed to belong to Noah’s Ark, and here are the results

On September 11, 1959, Captain İlhan Durupınar, a map engineer, flew in an aircraft belonging to the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) to map the Eastern [more…]

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Anatolian News Central Anatolia

The circular structure uncovered at Uşaklı Mound may indicate the sacred Hittite city of Zippalanda

The circular structure uncovered in the excavations at Uşaklı Mound may potentially indicate the lost Hittite sacred city of Zippalanda. This claim is supported by [more…]