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The Mosaic Road, a culture and tourism project aiming to raise awareness to the significance of mosaics in Turkey, was presented in the U.S.
ÇANAKKALE – Anadolu Agency
Archaeologists find human skeletons in a big pit in front of a 7,000-year-old settlement in Çanakkale’s Gökçeada, saying the find was ‘a surprise’
Iran has announced that it will return a 629-year-old bell, which is on display at the Anthropology Museum in the country, to the St Mary Church in the eastern province of Van.
Pieces depicting the world’s oldest Christmas tree and the ‘tree of life’ have been found in the Domuztepe Mound in Kahramanmaraş, according to excavation officials
İZMİR – Anadolu Agency
Works have been initiated to unearth a sunken Roman city discovered on the coast of the Karantina Island off İzmir’s Urla district
Wrong visuals were reported in the Turkish media regarding skulls unearthed in Göbeklitepe, the world’s oldest temple
Bursa’s dungeons, which are made up of a “bloody well,” a torture room and corridors will be open to visitors next year after restoration work, announced Bursa Mayor Recep Altepe
HATAY – Anadolu Agency
Excavations at the Tayinat Mound in the southern Turkish province of Hatay have uncovered an ancient sculpture of a woman, around the same size as the statue of King Suppiluliuma previously discovered at the site.
A new section in the Gaziantep Mosaic Museum opened last month to visitors. Now the museum is home to more mosaics which are on display on three floors of the new section
MANİSA - Anadolu Agency
A 2,000 year-old ancient stone road above water canals has been unearthed in the ancient city of Aigai in Manisa
NIMRUD, Iraq - Reuters
If Agatha Christie were alive today, she would probably be shocked by what has befallen the Assyrian city of Nimrud where she worked alongside her archaeologist husband five decades ago
Painter Aydın Erkuş is working at the ancient city of Stratonikeia to make drawings of findings and structures unearthed during ongoing excavations
ANTALYA - Anadolu Agency
Archeologists have discovered the bones of a large 350,000-year-old animal during excavations at the Karain Cave in the southern Turkish province of Antalya