July 17, 2024 The sun rises from Anatolia

Using 3,500-year-old tablets, bread from the Hittite, Sumerian and Roman periods was baked

July 13, 2024

July 13, 2024

Bread is an indispensable food source in every period of history. In Anatolia, home to the transition to settled life,...

The first company in Anatolia was founded 4000 years ago in Kültepe with 15 kilos of gold

May 26, 2024

May 26, 2024

A 4000-year-old tablet found in Kültepe, one of the most important karums of the Assyrian trade colonies, shows that the...

Ancient cities in Anatolia, containing temple ruins of the enigmatic Mithras sun cult

May 14, 2024

May 14, 2024

The belief in Mitraism, which emerged in the 2nd century BC and was widespread in the Roman Empire and other...

A rare 9-million-year-old porcupine fossil was found in Anatolia

September 16, 2023

September 16, 2023

Scientists discovered animal fossils dating back 9 million years in a rural area in Tavas district of Denizli, including a...

The largest Iron Age painted pottery collection of Anatolia was unearthed at Oluz Mound

August 30, 2023

August 30, 2023

In Oluz Mound where evidence of the belief in Zoroastrianism, the earliest example of monotheistic belief in the Ancient Near...

The religious center of Lycia, the ancient city of Letoon

July 30, 2023

July 30, 2023

The religious center of the Lycian Kingdom, established in the southwest of Anatolia during the 2nd millennium BCE, Letoon Ancient...