2,000-year-old luxury home found in Turkey

Published on September 27th, 2011 | by Admin


A luxury Roman-era home has been found in the ancient city of Smyrna in Turkey.

…the 400-square-meter residence has many rooms, including a bathroom and kitchen.

“The presence of numerous rooms, a bathroom and kitchen show us that a rich family must have lived here together with slaves. We see many details of their lifestyle from the remains found during excavations,” said archaeologist Ak?n Ersoy, who leads the excavation works.

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