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.
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.
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.
The ancient city of Hierapolis was constructed in the 2nd century BC by Eumenes II, one of Pergamon’s monarchs, according to its name. It is thought to have been named after Hiera, Queen of the Amazons and wife of Pergamon’s hero Telephos.