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A new underground city connected to the Roman “Sarayini” underground city was discovered in Konya

A new underground city connected to each other by tunnels has been discovered one kilometer north of the Roman-era “Sarayini” underground city in the Sarayönü [more…]

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A 2000-year-old Urartian object was unearthed in the excavations of Divriği castle, which started with the information in Evliya Çelebi’s Seyahatname

Excavations at Divriği Castle in the Divriği district of Sivas province, located in northeastern Turkey, unearthed many finds, especially a 2000-year-old Urartian metal object. Divriği [more…]

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Archaeologists found an 8500-year-old trepanned skull at Çatalhöyük

A skull found in the 9,000-year-old Neolithic settlement of Çatalhöyük in Konya showed traces of trepanation (skull drilling). Çatalhöyük is a mound near Küçükköy in [more…]

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Discoveries in the Hittite capital of Hattusa never cease

Discoveries never end in Hattusa, the capital of the Hittites who founded the magnificent empire of the Bronze Age. After the piece of ivory decoration [more…]

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Hittite Period İmamkulu rock relief

İmamkulu Relief is one of the most beautiful examples of Hittite period (probably 13th century) art. İmamkulu relief is located near İmamkulu village in Develi [more…]

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In the Hattusa excavations, a decoration piece made of 2,800-year-old elephant ivory was discovered

A decoration piece made of 2,800-year-old ivory was found during the ongoing excavations in Hattusa (today Boğazköy), the capital of the Hittites, who established the [more…]

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In an excavation of a Roman villa, a mosaic area of 600 square meters uncovered

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With the support of the Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality, a 600-square-meter floor mosaic was unearthed in the ongoing excavation of a Roman villa. It is estimated [more…]

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The aim is to unearth important findings from the Hittite period in Külhöyük

The Külhöyük, located in the Gölbaşı district of Ankara, the capital of Türkiye, continues to provide data shedding light on Hittite history. The location of [more…]

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The hazelnuts eaten by the Assyrians 4000 years ago did not come from Europe

The acquaintance of Anatolia with writing occurred through the Assyrians who established the trading colony of Kültepe/Kanish. The Assyrian traders, who set up a karum [more…]