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Anatolian News Southeastern Anatolia

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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Anatolian News Southeastern Anatolia

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…]

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Anatolian News Southeastern Anatolia

The story of the 1500-year-old baptismal bucket found by a villager named Temo in Zerzevan Castle

In Zerzevan Castle, the border garrison of the Roman Empire, a villager named Temo found an ancient baptismal bucket while digging the soil to repair [more…]

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Medieval bones found in Kortik Tepe excavations shed light on the human anatomy of the period

The analysis results of the Middle Ages bones unearthed 16 years ago at Kortik Tepe Höyük, located in the southeastern part of Turkey, have been [more…]