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The agora discovered in the ancient city of Dara is being unearthed

An agora was discovered in the ancient city of Dara, founded by the Eastern Roman Empire to stand against the Sassanid attacks. The city was [more…]

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Graveyard of 54 children found in an old quarry

In the Kulp district of Diyarbakır in southeastern Turkey, a graveyard of 54 children between the ages of 0-6 buried in what is believed to [more…]

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8,200 artifacts from the Paleolithic period were discovered on a university campus in Turkey

Experts working in a pistachio orchard on the campus of Gaziantep University unearthed 8200 Paleolithic artifacts. The survey work in the pistachio garden started in [more…]

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The rescue excavation initiated by officials responding to the report of illegal digging uncovered Roman-era floor mosaics

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In response to a report of illegal excavation at the area known locally as Kela Hanma (Lady Castle), situated in Uzunkaya Village approximately 30 kilometers [more…]

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Rare talismanic healing bowl found in Hasankeyf excavations

During the ongoing excavations in Hasankeyf Mound, one of the oldest Neolithic settlements in Anatolia, an 800-year-old talismanic bowl used for healing and two thumb [more…]

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Archaeologists uncover more than 2,000 seal impressions in the Ancient city of Doliche

Archaeologists from the Asia Minor Research Center uncovered the city archives in the ancient city of Doliche in south-eastern Turkey and recovered over 2,000 seal [more…]

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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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The villagers from Adıyaman found the cult area where the ‘oboo’ structures are located

In the Çet Plateau of Kürtek Mountain in the Gerger district of Adıyaman, a place that could have been used as a cult area by [more…]

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One of the oldest known Byzantine churches was found in Diyarbakır

The excavation uncovered one of the oldest Byzantine churches found in Diyarbakır. The church, estimated to be 1500 years old, contains 46 tombs. The team [more…]