During the archaeological excavations carried out within the scope of the restoration of the Diyarbakır Walls a 1700-year-old amphora was found.
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A statue head belonging to the mythological creature Satyros was found during the excavations of the Izmir Smyrna Theater. It is estimated that the head of the statue was made in the 2nd century AD.
The flint arrowhead found during recent excavations at Mount Zion is the smallest complete object of its kind ever found in Jerusalem.
The 3,800-year-old seal found during the seasonal excavations in Tepebağ Mound, which has been one of the uninterrupted settlements of Adana from the Early Bronze Age to the present, helps us understand the commercial relations of the city in history.
The ancient city of Sagalassos is one of the most important ancient city settlements in the history of Anatolia in the Mediterranean region. This ancient city, which has a very old history, is in a position that attracts the curiosity of everyone who is interested in history, sociology, anthropology.
Ancient human footprints that were initially identified as ghost tracks were left in the present-day Utah desert by an Ice Age human.
It has been reported that during the excavations carried out in the ancient city of Syedra in the Alanya district of Antalya, approximately 164 square meters of floor mosaics depicting the 12 tasks of the mythological hero Heracles (Hercules) were found.
Currency produced during Emperor Antoninus Pius’ reign in the second century CE; discovered on the seabed during a survey conducted by Israel Antiquities Authority’s Marine Archaeology Unit.
The discovery of Qikiqtania, as the hesitant fishapod would later come to be known, arrives from the lab of Dr Neil Shubin – who also happened to co-discover Tiktaalik back in 2004.
Ancient frescoed stone slabs have been on exhibit in Italy for the first time since “The Captain,” a notorious antiquities thief, stole them.