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Treasure hunters destroy a historic field in Antalya’s Çağman Hill after shooting artifacts with guns and digging large holes around it
Hürriyet Daily News
The situation of the Ottoman imperial family and wealthy members of the ruling class was considerably different to that of ordinary women. Women were more likely to be secluded in harems and, if they went out, it was with an es
2 Comment(s) 3/10/2012
Until the invention of the automobile, people used horses, camels, mules and the like to get around. No one knows when the horse was domesticated.
ANTALYA - Doğan News Agency
The Lycian building that served as the world’s first Parliament building in the ancient city of Patara...
ISTANBUL - Anatolia News Agency
The excavations carried out as part of the Marmaray and subway projects in Istanbul, have brought a number of sunken ships to light. The world’s largest sunken ships collection is drawing significant interest in scientific circles
The Culture and Tourism Ministry has restored many parts of Istanbul’s historic Topkapı Palace...
Sultans were passionate about hunting, taking every opportunity to do so even if it only meant hunting rabbits in the grounds of palaces along the Bosphorus
ÇANAKKALE - Doğan News Agency
The bones of martyrs buried 97 years ago at Ağadere Hospital Martyrdom Cemetery...
From online dispatches
A centuries-old copy of the Bible that contains early ...
6 Comment(s) 2/23/2012
ATHENS- Agence France-Presse
Greek police on March 4 said they had arrested 44 people and recovered thousands of ancient coins after busting a smuggling ring.
ADIYAMAN - Doğan News Agency
During a police operation in the southeastern province of Adıyaman on Feb. 21, 150 historic artifacts from the Roman, Byzantine and Hellenistic periods were found in a car.
SARAJEVO - Agence France-Presse
The European Union will fund the last phase of restoring the national library in Sarajevo...
Ömer Erbil - ISTANBUL / Radikal
The walls of an ancient palace from the Byzantine era in Sultanahmet have been...
3 Comment(s) 2/22/2012