In Çanakkale Assos, which hosts cultural heritage and riches with its ancient theatre, agora, necropolis and walls, the remains of a 2,200-year-old fountain structure belonging to the Roman period were found.
After 44 years, excavations started in the ancient city of Uşak Sebaste in Turkey, which was founded by the first emperor of Rome, Augustus, and was a pilgrimage center of Christianity until the 12th century AD.
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 ancient city of Sagalassos is one of the most important ancient city settlements in the history of Anatolia in the Mediterranean region. This ancient city, which has a very old history, is in a position that attracts the curiosity of everyone who is interested in history, sociology, anthropology.
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.
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.
The four-year excavation of Haydarpaşa station has brought back Istanbul a huge treasure. Bathhouses, mansions, palaces, chopsticks and a room rewinding history… More than 50,000 vaults of artifacts have been unearthed.