According to an archaeological survey, the site covers 30,000 square metres with the main living area of 5,000 square metres surrounded with rammed earth walls.
Archaeologists have found the first evidence showing Christianity was practised in Bahrain, a discovery which sheds light on a missing part of the country’s history.
The icon dates from the second half of the 16th century and its style features differ significantly from the work of other well-known painters of the Cretan School. These elements are similar to Theotokopoulos’ artistic idiom.
The seeds were initially found in a carbonized form during excavations in the village of Murat in Bingol's Solhan district by a group of archaeologists led by Ziya Kilinc from the Museum Directorate in Elazig province, in neighbouring Bingol.
A museum in the ancient city of Troy -- now in present-day Turkey -- was shortlisted for the European Museum of the Year Award, the Turkish culture and tourism minister said on Friday.
Researchers says 18.000-year-old Wolf-Dog, found in permafrost in Siberia, could be oldest confirmed dog in history. Scientists aren’t sure whether the ‘amazingly well-preserved’ creature is a dog or wolf – presumably because it comes from the point…
Yapi Kredi Cultural Centre will be hosting the exhibition titled Meanwhile in the Taurus Mountains: Sagalassos from Nov. 27 to May 28, 2020.
A structure believed to be around 8,000-years-old was unearthed island of Gokceada (Imbros / Imroz) off the western coast of Turkey. Archaeological Excavations in the Ugurlu-Zeytinlik mound in the northwestern province of Canakkale’s Gokceada…
The ancient Mayan city of Chichén Itzá was founded at least 400 years earlier than previously thought, according to the head of a team that is exploring and mapping cenotes, or sinkholes, on the Yucatán peninsula.
Remains of Anglo Saxon woman and jewels discovered at university campus in Canterbury
Warrior graves dating back 2,000 years have been found by archaeologists near Bejsce in the province Swietokrzyskie.
A fragment of a cave lion figurine estimated to be 45,000 years old was unearthed in Siberia’s Denisova Cave
A pyramid-like structure at least 5,000 years old, allegedly devoted to ceremonial purposes, was unveiled thanks to excavation works conducted at Sechin archaeological complex in Casma Province of Ancash Region in northern Peru.
Through over a decade of fieldwork and the analysis of high-resolution 3D data,a team led by Masato Sakai at Yamagata University in Japan has uncovered 142 new designs, it announced this week.
Chinese and Japanese archaeologists rebuilt millennia-old iron-smelting techniques in Sichuan Province of China
Mysterious Viking boat graves unearthed in central Norway