The ancient city of Hierapolis was constructed in the 2nd century BC by Eumenes II, one of Pergamon’s monarchs, according to its name. It is thought to have been named after Hiera, Queen of the Amazons and wife of Pergamon’s hero Telephos.
Workers in southern Spain renovating water supply discovered a “exceptional” and well-preserved necropolis of subterranean limestone vaults where the Phoenicians who resided on the Iberian peninsula 2,500 years ago buried their dead.
Archeologists have discovered hundreds of enormous hunting trenches beneath the Stonehenge landscape, revealing that humans have been using this world-famous prehistoric site for much longer than previously thought.
An international research team led by the University of Newcastle in England Through his work, Bronze Age daggers were discovered to be employed for processing animal carcasses rather than as non-functional markers of identity and status, as previously assumed.
During the excavations at Karahantepe in Şanlıurfa, special structures contemporaneous with Göbekli Tepe and a human statue with a leopard on its back were discovered. Interesting sculptures discovered have begun to be displayed in the Şanlıurfa Archeology Museum.