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A Roman-era house that has been unearthed in the ancient city of Pisidia in the southern province of Isparta’s Yalvaç district used the floor heating system
BURSA – Anadolu Agency
Footprints dating back to the Neolithic period (6,400 B.C.) have been discovered during excavations in Barçın tumulus in the northwestern province of Bursa
KARS – Cihan News Agency
New underground structures have come to light in Ani, one of Turkey’s most breathtaking ancient sites. History researcher Sezai Yazıcı says the ancient city’s structures should be promoted
When the Ottomans grew leery and weary, they simply had a to call upon a carriage to carry them
The “Initiative to Keep Hasankeyf Alive,” will set up a camp on the riverside of the Tigris to stop the construction of the Ilısu Dam
ŞANLIURFA – Anadolu Agency
Twenty years have passed since archaeological excavations started in Göbeklitepe. Findings so far have revealed that the ancient site was the world’s oldest sculpture workshop
KAYSERİ – Doğan News Agency
A man in the Central Anatolian province of Kayseri’s Melikgazi district has discovered an extensive underground structure while cleaning a house that he inherited from his family.
MUĞLA - Anadolu Agency
Excavation works in the ancient city of Euromos, located near the city of Milas in the western province of Muğla, have revealed the remains of a 2,300 year-old throne
ISTANBUL / Radikal
To the left of the Silivrikapı Walls in Istanbul’s Fatih neighborhood, there lies a tomb from the fourth century A.D., which is now in ruins. Known as the Silivri Crypt, the tomb, which has been suffering since its discovery in 1988, is now in its worst state.
The actual print was given to a man named Branden Gunn, who works in 3D printing and runs the blog Engunneer.
Devoid of the frenetic activity and artificial illumination that characterizes the strait today, the Bosphorus was once perfect for night-time cruises to enjoy the splendor of the full moon and the best music in the Ottoman Empire
Two ancient tomb covers have been damaged in the construction work in Istanbul’s historical peninsula
BURDUR - Doğan News Agency
A 2,000-year-old kitchen, which dates back to the late Roman era, has been discovered in the ancient city of Sagalassos in the southern province of Burdur.
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