i – 1800-year-old marble inscription, official complaint against Tax Collectors, found in Turkey’s Aigai excavations deciphered
ii – One Of A Kind 2,500-Year-Old Ritual Wash Basin Painted With Mythological Figures Discovered In The Ancient City Of Klazomenai
iii – The Wonder of Aphrodisias
iv – Archaeologists have unearthed a Roman-era marble sundial in the ancient city of Aizanoi in the Çavdarhisar district of Kütahya province in Turkey’s Aegean region.
v – Corpus of painted Imperial Roman marble reliefs from Nicomedia: a preliminary report on polychromy.
vi – Excavations continue to unearth the largest theatre in Thrace, located in the Ancient City of Perinthos in the Marmara Ereğlisi district of Tekirdağ. “It is not possible to estimate it exactly right now but let me tell you its dimensions; 90 meters by 130 meters, it is quite a large one. It is the largest known theater in the ancient cities of Thrace.”
vii – Stone bathtub, 1st example of water birth, found in Türkiye’s Ani:
viii – Turkish museum displays Nature God ‘Dionysus’ for the first time in 92 years
xi – A large mosaic depicting the legendary Trojan hero Aeneas, the protagonist of Virgil’s epic poem “The Aeneid” and the ancestor of the Roman people, has been unearthed in the southern Turkish city of Osmaniye
xii – The 90-year archive of American archaeologist Carl Blegen, one of the prominent figures working in the ancient city of Troy, which has been excavated for more than 150 years in the borders of Tevfikiye village, in central Çanakkale, has been made available to researchers digitally
xiv – Ancient ornithomancy: Pergamon reveals tomb of ‘Bird Oracle’ – the inscription said the owner of the tomb, Mark, was a “bird oracle” who lived in the second century A.D.
xviii – Saving the Ancient Glass Artifacts Shattered in the Beirut Explosion. These centuries-old vessels now have new stories to tell