The Kayseri Archaeology Museum awaits its visitors at its new venue: The historic castle of the Central Anatolian province of Kayseri, housing never-before-seen artifacts and display rooms.
There are two Greek names (Diogenes and Tykhe) on the inscription. It is a tomb inscription dedicated to a child by a Roman and to his deceased mother. Probably this is a memorial tomb.
The structure, identified between Helenopolis (Hersek) and Karamürsel, is thought to be the Kibatos-Civetot Castle because its architecture is very similar to the expressions in the written documents.
Hasankeyf Museum houses artifacts from all periods, it has both archaeological and ethnographical features.
Archeologists have unearthed an engraved stone seal some 3,000 years old in southeastern Turkey.
In October 2019 the underwater archaeological research at the legendary Antikythera Shipwreck was re-activated and this time it was carried out by a Greek-only team, led by Dr. Angeliki Simosi, Head of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Euboea.
Study of Belize Archaeological Project shows ancient Mayas had greater environmental impacts than previously believed
After six years of extensive archaeological excavations, researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University have uncovered a 220-meter-long section of an ancient street first discovered by British archaeologists in 1894.
Archaeologists working at Neolithic site on Marawah Island discovered the gem who World’s oldest known natural pearl. Dubbed the Abu Dhabi Pearl, it was found in layers that have been radiocarbon dated to 5,800-5,600 BCE, during the Neolithic…
The Assyrian cuneiform tablets let us extend the history of auroral records and solar activity by a century. These cuneiform reports are considered to be the earliest datable records of candidate aurorae and they support the concept of enhanced solar…
Archaeological excavations in ancient city of Assos reveal popularity of fishing in ancient times
An ancient swamp full of fossils from extinct animals was discovered in Mauritius. 2,000-year-old swamp brimming with bones reveals the ecosystem of the dodo at.
A number of ancient papyri from Oxyrhynchus, part of the Egypt Exploration Society’s collection, (The ancient texts, which date from the 3rd to the 7th Century, are part of the Oxyrhynchus collection who discovered in an Egyptian rubbish dump in…
The oldest book of the Bogazici University's collections is the first edition of Plato’s works published in Venice in 1513. The book, written in the Greek alphabet, is one of Aldine editions printed by Renaissance era’s printers Aldus Manutius in his…
Egypt archaeologists find 20 ancient coffins in necropolis of Asasif near Luxor antic city.
Archaeologists says; two monumental gate boosts idea that local kingdom existed in Hacılar Great Mound.