Nemrud, World Heritage Monument in Turkey
Site of the International Nemrud Foundation. Nemrud Mountain is a World Heritage Monument in Turkey. Site contains lots of pictures and information in 4 languages.
Description of site by travel company. Numerous 3D and normal images of different monuments at Ephesus.
Luxembourg University Department of Electrical Engineering uses Zeugma to urge the use of satellites to aid archaeology. Includes a history of Zeugma and image gallery of the area.
Excavations at the ancient city of Aphrodisias by New York University. Location map, plan, history and detailed report with bibliography.
The Goltepe/Kestel Project
This project is an investigation of a Bronze Age mining district and the associated town where metallurgical installations, including evidence for tin smelting have been discovered.
During the late Iron Age (c. 900-600 BCE), Ziyaret Tepe was an important urban center on the northern edge of the Assyrian Empire. Contemporary cuneiform texts suggest that during this time Ziyaret Tepe was the Assyrian provincial capital of Tushhan.
Briton Unearths Herodotus' Lost City of the Medes
From the Times, a lost city described by the Greek historian Herodotus has been identified by a British archaeologist in central Turkey.
Ephesus: An On-line Panoramic Virtual Tour
Panoramic pictures of Ephesus.
The city of Aphrodisias, the birth place of the goddess of love. Includes images and maps.
The First Metropolis?
This article describes archaeological research at Catalhoyuk, in southern Turkey. Dated to 9,000 before present, the site is the oldest urban center ever discovered.
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