Category: Turkey

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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The unstoppable Persian king, Cyrus the Great, powered through Anatolia, conquering all in his path.…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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The Koru tumulus The large cluster of tumuli around Lake Kuş (Lake Manyas) – reminiscent…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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News breaking as we go to press that archaeologists have discovered an unknown language dating…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Excavations at Perge celebrate their 66th anniversary in summer 2012. The capital city of Pamphylia…

Current World Archaeology 6 years ago
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Göbekli Tepe in Anatolia is the world’s oldest man-made structure. Could religion have been the…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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When magnificent mosaics were revealed in the Roman villas at Zeugma, such was their impact…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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In Hellenistic and Roman Anatolia, Ephesus and Smyrna (modern Izmir) vied with each other. Ephesus…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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A jigsaw puzzle where 90% of the pieces survive, but there are 120,000 of them…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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The early history of Ionian city-states remains an enigma of Anatolian archaeology, but here at…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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The popular image of Neolithic communities is of small hamlet-sized groups. Excavation at the vast…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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In the last 10 years, a flurry of archaeological excavation ahead of the completion of…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Heinrich Schliemann has been described as ‘the creator of prehistoric Greek archaeology’, but he was…