Both domestic and international tourists are drawn to the wrecks made available for diving tourism thanks to the actions of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the Gelibolu Historical Site Presidency.
According to Prof. Dr. Semih Güneri, a leading authority on Central Asian archaeology, Göbeklitepe has shown evidence of Siberian stone tool technology.
The 8th anniversary of World Fragrance Day will be celebrated in Şanlıurfa, the only place in the world where black rose grows. The “Mesopotamia Exhibit on the Trace of Smell” opens on World Fragrance Day, as a result of the 3-year study to which academics and archaeologists contributed in collaboration with the Şanlıurfa Archeology Museum and the Fragrance Culture Association.
In the ancient city of Kelenderis, a kiln for commercial production and a child’s tomb buried with glass bracelets and gifts were found.
A female statue made of marble with clear facial characteristics and undamaged was discovered during sounding excavations conducted out by the Niğde Museum Directorate in the ancient city of Tyana.
Grapes, lentils, broad beans, peas, wheat, and barley seeds going back 3,000 years have been discovered in archaeological digs at Adana Yüreğir’s Misis Ancient City.
Archaeologists discovered a young girl’s shoe at the site of the Warsaw Ghetto bunker where Jewish resistance fighters made their last stand before committing mass suicide in 1943.
While renovating their kitchen, Lene Brandt and her husband, Anders Nielsen, discovered Mosekaerstenen runestone in the Randers region.
The underwater beauties of Mesopotamia met with art lovers in an exhibition held in Orvieto, one of the quiet cities of Italy (Cittaslow), with the support of Silk Road Development Agency (IKA).
Archaeologists in Israel and Canada employed artificial intelligence to unearth evidence of fire use from a period that predates all but a few other similar discoveries, in a location where no such evidence had previously been discovered.