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Animal bones unearthed during excavations in Ephesus are being examined at a newly-established lab, giving fresh clues about people’s positions in society in the ancient era
ÇANAKKALE – Doğan News Agency
The famous Aristotle statue welcoming visitors at the entrance of the ancient Assos site has been removed and sent to İzmir for repair after it was vandalized by unknown individuals
WASHINGTON - The Associated Press
The $400-million, eight-story Museum of the Bible is set to open near the National Mall in the heart of the US capital in 2017
MALATYA – Anadolu Agency
An ancient throne made of adobe has been found during excavations at Aslantepe in Malatya. The finding is very important according to the head of the excavations, Italian Professor Marcella Frangipane
KİLİS – Anadolu Agency
Two 3,900-year-old female skeletons from the Bronze Age have been unearthed at Oylum Mound in the southeastern province of Kilis.
ISPARTA – Doğan News Agency
Members of the excavation team working at the ruins of Antioch of Pisidia in the western province of Isparta have staged a sit in at the ancient site to protest the brutal execution of their colleague, Syrian archaeologist Khalid al-Assad, at the hands of ISIL militants.
VAN – Doğan News Agency
A team of 40 scientists from various universities are set to conduct research to unearth the 5,000-year history of Van Fortress in southeast Turkey
ÇANAKKALE – Anadolu Agency
An “accessible open area” is to be developed at the ancient site of Troy, located within the borders of the Tevfikiye village in Turkey’s northwestern province of Çanakkale.
Denizli’s Beycesultan Mound is one of the oldest settlements in Anatolia, and undiscovered parts of the mound are set to come to light during archaeological works that restarted in 2007
ÇANKIRI – Anadolu Agency
Fossils in Çankırı province have been coming to light since 1997 thanks to delicate works carried out by students from different universities
BERLIN - The Associated Press
Scientists say they have found rare evidence of a prehistoric massacre in Europe after discovering a 7,000-year-old mass grave with skeletal remains from some of the continent's first farmers bearing terrible wounds.
A marble block unearthed in the ancient city of Laodicea reveals the use of water in the city was managed by law 1,900 years ago, just like today
ÇORUM – Anadolu Agency
A mine factory in Çorum’s Alacahöyük offers surprising artifacts in every excavation season
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