A mystery old fort that was previously only known from a few ancient coins may have been discovered in northern Iraq. Archaeologist Michael Brown of Germany’s Heidelberg University and colleagues believe they have discovered Natounia, a more than 2,000-year-old military and religious complex in the Zagros Mountains.
The Cairo Ministry of Antiquities has uncovered a statue of Alexander the Great within a historic “residential and commercial zone” in Alexandria, which they think was a commerce hub during the Ptolemaic period.
Restoration work on historical and cultural structures in Shusha, Azerbaijan’s cultural center, continues.
A powerful politician, military commander and a dictator… Julius Caesar, who made his name in history, made Rome one of the most powerful empires in the world. Besides, he is regarded as a good orator and a strong writer.
Metrodora, an Egyptian gynecologist, was a notable figure in the world of medicine. Her work as a gynecology researcher and disseminator won her extraordinary acclaim from her peers.
Celts was a tribe that lived in Europe around the first millennium. They left their homeland of Central Europe in 2000 BC. The majority of the people settled in Spain, Gaul, and the British Isles.
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.