Archaeologists Uncover Ancient Governor’s Palace In Turkey

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ScienceDaily: Ancient Civilization News

Archaeologists have unearthed parts of a Neo-Assyrian governor’s palace dating back to the 9th to 7th century BCE in an excavation program amongst the ruins on Ziyaret Tepe. The discoveries were extraordinary. The site in the south-east of Turkey (Diyarbakir province) is at risk from the construction of the Ilisu Dam. – Please Ream More..

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