Payment with Hacksilber pieces started in Mesopotamia and Anatolia, now learned to appear in Palestine much earlier than thought.
When the structure of the Greek Pantheon is analyzed, we see that male gods and female goddesses are constitute important parts of a whole.
The statue of the “mother goddess Cybele”, believed to be the symbol and protector of abundance and fertility in prehistoric times, will be exhibited in the newly built Afyonkarahisar Museum.
Built by Sephardic Jews, Kemeraltı synagogues quarter of the Aegean province of Izmir will soon welcome visitors as an open-air museum.
In the ancient city of Tlos in the Seydikemer district of Muğla, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List, excavations that shed light on the Lycian civilization and the history of Anatolia continue.
In his 57 years of life, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic, went down in world history not only as a commander who successfully led the Turkish nation’s War of Independence, but also as a genius statesman with his revolutions.
The remains of a Roman fountain were unearthed in the Ancient City of Aizanoi in Çavdarhisar district of Kütahya province in Turkey.
A marble sundial was found during the excavations in the ancient city of Aizanoi, which is described as the “Second Ephesus” in the Çavdarhisar district of Kütahya.
Near the Israeli border in Gaza, a farmer discovered mosaics from the Byzantine era. A Palestinian farmer named Suleiman al-Nabahin discovered the mosaics as he was planting an olive tree in the Bureij refugee camp, which is within a half-mile from the Israeli border. He immediately informed the local authorities of his find.
Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, the 9,000-year-old Boncuklu Mound, 9 kilometers from Çatalhöyük, bears the first traces of agriculture and animal husbandry in Anatolia.