Ancient Handicrafts

Ancient Handicrafts

Ancient tool

Göbeklitepe’s latest mystery reveals stone tool

Located on a sun-blasted hillside in southeast Turkey, the world’s oldest religious sanctuary, Göbeklitepe, offers new information almost every day, allowing scientists to delve deeper into human history. A recent discovery has revealed the traces of stone tool technology produced by the printing method transferred from Siberia to Göbeklitepe. In Göbeklitepe, “Potbelly Hill” in Turkish, which […]

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Ancient mound

The latest archeological excavations at the historical site of the 9,000-year-old Amida Mound in southeastern Turkey’s Diyarbakır province have revealed new findings that shed light on the history of the region. This year’s excavations at the site were recently completed, with archaeologists unearthing several 800-year-old marble pieces adorning the Artuqid Palace, the seat of the Diyarbakır branch

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