At a remote archaeological site on the Greek island of Crete, archaeologists found an old Roman odeon. Romans and their visitors most likely attended a variety of events in the odeon, including lectures, musical competitions, city council sessions, and theatrical performances.
The pieces of the statue of Athena, which were kept in safes, were opened to visitors at the İzmir Archeology Museum.
Ceramics and daily use items from the Turkish period unearthed in the ancient city of Stratonikeia in Muğla.
During the foundation excavation of a construction in the Defne district of Hatay, wall remains of a Roman villa and a geometrically patterned floor mosaic were found.
In the ancient city of Kelenderis, a kiln for commercial production and a child’s tomb buried with glass bracelets and gifts were found.
Visitors visiting the ancient city of Hadrianaupolis in the Eskipazar district of Karabük, which was utilized as a village in the Late Chalcolithic, Roman, and Early Byzantine periods, may observe the excavations up close.
From top to bottom, the rudder measures over 11 meters (36 feet). Although experts are concerned about its recent exposure to the outdoors, it is in good shape.
The discovery of the lost ‘Golden City’ in Luxor, home to the Valley of the Kings, according to famous Egyptologist Zahi Hawass, has revealed a huge enigma.
A BBC history presenter paid a visit to a Pembrokeshire archaeological dig where human bones were discovered. The Haverfordwest excavations aroused interest.
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.