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By: news | August 01, 2017

Barcın Tumulus is near Yenişehir, Turkey. Archaeological excavation started in 2005. The project is a long-term effort to document the function of Anatolia in spreading the agricultural revolution from the East to Europe. Based on the results of radiocarbon dating methods, the earliest settlement is dating back to around 6,500 BC.

Barcın tumulu höyüğü

Category: Archaeology 

Tags: Turkey 

By: news | July 30, 2017

First archaeology park of Turkey, Aktopraklık Tumulus was discovered in 2002 during factory construction near gölyazı (apolyont) lake in Akçalar, Bursa, Turkey. Archaeological excavation started in 2004. History based on B.C. 6500 - 5500. The area was surrounded with a ditch that shows an authority in village. Normally, a ditch was digged to protect village from enemy or wild animals, but there is no data about battle.

Aktopraklık tumulus höyüğü

Category: Archaeology 

Tags: Turkey