Archeologists have unearthed an engraved stone seal some 3,000 years old in southeastern Turkey.
This discovery pushes back the age of the oldest Acheulian occupation of north-western Europe by more than 100 ka and bridges the gap between the archaeological records of northern France and England.
Apparently belonging to a temple of columns and marble pedestals were found at Drilling excavations in the Amasra district of Bartın. It is estimated that the temple may belong to the temple of Queen Amastris, who gave the district its name.
Cayonu Hill is a neolithic settlement in the northern Ergani district, where residents transformed their lives from nomadic to settled.. Pieces of copper beads, jewelry first discovered in Cayonu Hill in Diyarbakir, says archeology expert
Excavations continue in Turkey's southern coastal city of Mersin at the Yumuktepe Hoyuk (tumulus) that dates back to 7,000 BC, the head of the research team has told.
350,000 years old axes, found at Antalya’s Karain Cave to unearth more ancient historical facts
Assos draws wide attention to its cultural richness, preserved ancient structures, more than century-long excavation
The Siberia Research Project was started recently in order to access new information on the archaeology of Siberian prehistory, which is not well known.