Archaeological excavations around the Haydarpaşa Train Station in Istanbul have unearthed a skeleton. A nearly-intact skeleton wearing a scented necklace, believed to be some 1,000 years old, was found Thursday, the latest discovery at the site.
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The bronze dagger was particularly well preserved and was handed to the Regional Monument Board in Banská Bystrica.
The seal - dating back to 7,000 BC - was uncovered in excavations at Yumuktepe Höyük, located four kilometers west of the city center.
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Thomas Stöllner is expert on the archaeology of salt mines and has been conducting research in Iran for 17 years. He has been involved in the Chehrābād project since 2005.
A Byzantine tower in the centre of Istanbul has collapsed while deep cracks have also appeared in the adjacent sections of the ancient walls.
Archaeological excavations at Croatia's Vinkovci site completed
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1,500-year-old farming and carpentry tools found in Northwest Turkey
Archaeologists discovered the largest family tomb known since the studies of the necropolis of Apollonia. It has a rectangular shape, 6.2 x 8 metres.
The announcement of the discovery came during a recent conference at the Cervantes Institute, held as part of the Heritage Days in Jordan organised by the EU Delegation in Jordan and the EU National Institutes for Culture on the occasion of the…
According to authorities, fossils of a giant sauropod dinosaur, believed to have existed during the early Cretaceous period 120 million years ago, have been found.
Swiss archaeologists uncover rare Celtic remains
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