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Turkey has started legal action for the return of a 5,000-year-old Anatolian marble figure currently on the sale at a New York auction house, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported
BURSA - Anatolia News Agency
A rare Roman theater in the northwestern province of Bursa’s İznik town (ancient Nicaea)...
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ISTANBUL- Hürriyet Daily News
Researchers have discovered an elaborate 44,000-year-old Neanderthal house in Molodova, eastern Ukraine, made from mammoth bones...
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
Astrologers were firmly entrenched in Ottoman society by the time of Fatih Sultan Mehmed II in the mid-15th century. The first official chief astrologer...
The Mevlevi Sufi order is probably the most famous mystical sect in Ottoman and Turkish history, especially because of Rumi, who is commemorated every Dec 17
ANKARA - Anatolia News Agency
According to data provided by the Turkish Statistical Institute, the number...
Hürriyet Daily News
Topkapı Palace is presenting a special look at the commercial relationship between the Venetians and the Ottomans. ‘Venice and Istanbul: A Glorious Woven...
ESKİŞEHİR - Anatolia News Agency
Two masks found in a grave during excavations in the central Anatolian province...
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ÇANAKKALE - Anatolia News Agency
Turkish fishermen have found a whale fossil in the northwestern province of Çanakkale that is believed to be 10 million years old, according to reports.
Gift-giving has been a long-entrenched practice among many cultures, and the Ottomans spent a lot of time and effort finding or creating gifts, especially for the sultan.
JEDDAH - Anatolia News Agency
Wreckage of an Ottoman ship was pulled out of the water near a Red Sea port just south of Jeddah.
AKSARAY - Anatolia News Agency
During continuing works to improve the St. Mercurius underground city for tourist visits, 20 graves have been found inside a church in the Saratlı area of Gülağaç district in the central Anatolian province of Nevşehir’s Cappadocia region.
DENİZLİ - Anatolia News Agency
Researchers have been working to restore the ruins of Laodicea, an ancient Roman city, in the modern-day southwestern province of Denizli. The goal is to make it a second Ephesus and an archaeology park
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