Südosttürkei, Provinz Mardin, 11800 Jahre alte Siedlung

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08 Dez 2019 23:30 - 14 Mai 2020 19:53 #1 von Ariadne
Archaeologists unearth ancient settlement dating back 11,800 years in Turkey

On Thursday in south-eastern Turkey, an ancient historic site dating back to 11,800 years was discovered.

The area has been home to many different civilizations including the Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians, Hittites, Urartians, Romans, Akkadians, Sumerians and Ottoman civilizations. This region belongs to the province of Mardin.

As part of a project to document and rescue cultural sites in the Dargecit district when they came across the 11,800-year-old sewer system and over two dozen architectural artifacts. found by Archeologist Ergul Kodas & his team.

There are currently 15 restorers and archaeologists and 50 staff in the area designated by Turkish authorities as a cultural and historical site.

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www.archaeology-world.com/archaeologists...lgva7m-zivTqGMB4Qvn8
Letzte Änderung: 14 Mai 2020 19:53 von Ariadne. Grund: Ergänzung

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