A second time Byzantine nunnery honoring Hannah from the Bible has been uncovered in central Israel. The monastery, which is thought to be at least 1500 years old, was first unintentionally found in 2002.
The Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist Kfir Arbiv has recently conducted fresh research that suggests the Roman army may have placed at least some of its artillery in Cats Square.
During the archaeological excavations carried out within the scope of the restoration of the Diyarbakır Walls a 1700-year-old amphora was found.
Ancient frescoed stone slabs have been on exhibit in Italy for the first time since “The Captain,” a notorious antiquities thief, stole them.
The pieces of the statue of Athena, which were kept in safes, were opened to visitors at the İzmir Archeology Museum.
The earliest traces of human activity in the city may be found in the Buddha caves, which are close to the community of “Shah Allah Ditta.”
Archaeologists working on the Metro Tunnel project discovered perfectly preserved coffee beans that date back more than 167 years.
Rome, is one of the most important cities in Europe and the world. With a history of 2800 years it is a city that smells history.
Ceramics and daily use items from the Turkish period unearthed in the ancient city of Stratonikeia in Muğla.
The fertile lands of the city, which takes its name from the plain on which it was founded, and its advanced structure in transportation have made Myra an important city throughout history.