Numerous pieces of ceramic pottery from Karaz Culture and Age-old inscriptions, found in Ahlat in eastern Bitlis near Lake Van.
Nearly 2,000 fossils discovered in central Turkey. Fossils excavated in Kirsehir province belong to elephants, primates, giraffes, horses, rhinos, cats, monkeys
The interior of the 1.4 meter-tall (4.6 feet) Historical container is plastered with concrete mortar, and the exterior made of red clay to hold sustain humidity keep food fresh in the compartment.
Burial site of Urartian nobles revealed in East Turkey. The burial ground with a 538 square feet area, is believed to be the resting place of Urartian aristocrats. Excavation work at Urartian castle located in Van province, continue to offer new…
Sumela Monastery is built on steep cliff at altitude of 1,200 meters in northeastern Turkey
Assos draws wide attention to its cultural richness, preserved ancient structures, more than century-long excavation
The ANAMED Ancient Languages of Anatolia Summer Program is invite you to a lecture by Dr. Nancy Highcock. Subjekt: The Construction of Identities Through Commemorative Objects in the Ancient Near East
The Siberia Research Project was started recently in order to access new information on the archaeology of Siberian prehistory, which is not well known.
Finds from Celtic grave found in Zurich analyzed. The now completed interdisciplinary evaluation of the archaeology department of the city of Zurich paints a fairly accurate picture of the deceased.
Following the Roman conquest, it appears that the British people living at this settlement were early adopters of Roman pottery.
The archaeological site will be made accessible to the public and its protection will be ensured, by not permitting extensions or additions of new buildings to the project in the future.
Archaeological Finds tell who the owner of Babylonian Villa was. His name was Sîn-nada, and he was essentially high priest and managing director of the second most important temple in Ur, an office which made him a personage of considerable…
The myth of the Trojan War and its legacy in art and literature in the BP exhibition Troy: myth and reality from 21 November 2019 – 8 March 2020. Troy is famous ancient city in what is now northwestern Turkey, made famous in Homer's epic poem, the…
Genetic analysis has revealed that the ancestors of Homo Sapiens interbred with at least five different archaic human groups as they moved out of Africa and across Eurasia.
An alternative interpretation of lipid residues in Neolithic Grooved Ware from Durrington Walls.
The Source presents the test experiment to investigate one of UNESCO’s (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) world heritage objects, an archaeological site in the Naryn-Kala citadel (Derbent, Republic of Dagestan, Russian…