Restoration of early Byzantine church in central Turkey completed
The shape of the pottery confirms that it dates back to more than 332 BC. Underwater find off Lebanon coast points to fleet of ancient Greek ships
Rare gold coin Byzantine Emperor Theodosius II found by students in Galilee city at northern Israel
A New Historical Inscription of Sargon II from Karkemish: The cuneiform inscription was found on fragments from three different clay cylinders in 2015 as part of the Nicolò Marchetti-led Turco-Italian Archaeological Expedition at Karkemish.
According to a new survey of DNA extracted from ancient human remains, Neolithic farmers began migrating out of Anatolia, modern Turkey, several thousand years ago. Some went north, following the Danube. Another group traveled west across the…
Alleged smugglers detained for trying to sell millennia-old Egyptian manuscripts appealing for protection from Jesus Christ
3,600 years old submerged ship has been found off Turkey’s Mediterranean coast.
According to daily The Phnom Penh Post, the local archaeologists discovered graves in Tnort Tret village in Prey Veng town, nearly 70 kilometers from the capital.
Large Islamic necropolis excavated in Spain's Balearic islands. The typology of the graves, the absence of ceramic pieces, and the orientation of the remains indicate that it is an Islamic necropolis.
Chinese ceramic sherds dating to the Tang and Song dynasties (9th to 11th centuries AD) that have been recovered in Spain proved that trade links already existed between China and Western Europe along the Maritime Silk Road at that time.
A quadrupedal whale is described based on a skeleton from the middle Eocene of Peru. It combines terrestrial locomotion abilities and use of the tail for swimming. This is the first record of an amphibious whale for the whole Pacific Ocean
The Environmental Archaeology Training Program will take place at the Koç University Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (ANAMED) in Beyoğlu, Istanbul from September 6th to 9th.
ANU scientists solve mystery shrouding oldest animal fossils. These soft-bodied creatures that lived 558 million years ago on the seafloor could, in principle, have had mouths and guts - organs that many palaeontologists argue emerged during the…
Archeologists unearthed a 3,000-year-old silver cup during archaeological excavations in the northwestern Iranian city of Khalkhal on Wednesday.
The enormous dinosaur, which was 42 feet long and weighed 19,400 pounds, roamed prehistoric Saskatchewan 66 million years ago and was nicknamed Scotty.
Anatolia was home to some of the earliest farming communities. It has been long debated whether a migration of farming groups introduced agriculture to central Anatolia. First Anatolian farmers were local hunter-gatherers that adopted agriculture.