Near East Haberleri

Archaeologists uncovered 2000-year-old Roman Road in Jerusalem

Archaeologists uncovered 2000-year-old Roman Road in Jerusalem

After six years of extensive archaeological excavations, researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University have uncovered a 220-meter-long section of an ancient street first discovered by British archaeologists in 1894.

Ancient factories discoveries carried out in Valley of the Monkeys

Ancient factories discoveries carried out in Valley of the Monkeys

Aarchaeologists located a tank used to store drinking water, possibly for the needs of the workforce. The team found a scarab ring, hundreds of inlay beads and golden objects which were used to decorate royal coffins. Some of the inlays are shaped in…

Bone marrow storage and delayed consumption at Paleolithic period

Bone marrow storage and delayed consumption at Paleolithic period

420,000 to 200,000 years ago, prehistoric humans at Qesem Cave were sophisticated enough, intelligent enough and talented enough to know that it was possible to preserve particular bones of animals under specific conditions, and, when necessary,…

An ultimate key to Bronze Age tin provenance?

An ultimate key to Bronze Age tin provenance?

The enigma of Bronze Age tin: Using methods of the natural sciences, they examined the tin from the second millennium BCE found at archaeological sites in Israel, Turkey, and Greece. These findings are of great importance for the archaeological…

Social changes Exploring in Jordans early Islamic era

Social changes Exploring in Jordan's early Islamic era

During the Umayyad period, a freed slave would become a “mawla” (client) of their former master, and non-Arab converts would become the client of the person who witnessed their conversion, said a British historian.

Greek archaeologistss concerns for Hagia Sophia of Trabzon

Greek archaeologists's concerns for Hagia Sophia of Trabzon

The association of Greek archaeologists sent a letter to the Greek and Turkish culture ministries and UNESCO. Greek archaeologists have expressed concern over the limited access that visitors have to the Hagia Sophia monument in Trabzon, northeast…

Ancient faeces reveal parasites in 8,000-years-old in Çatalhöyük

Ancient faeces reveal parasites in 8,000-years-old in Çatalhöyük

Çatalhöyük is one of the earliest Eurasian sites to undergo palaeoparasitological analysis to date. The results inform how intestinal parasitic infection changed as humans modified their subsistence strategies from hunting and gathering to settled…