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Roman Basilica found in Turkey

A Roman-era Basilica has been found in the ancient city of Bursa in Turkey. We tought that the remains were from an early Roman-era basilica and decided to deepen the excavations considering that the remains would shed light on Bursa’s history of architecture. This is why a single-floor structure on the

Byzantine church discovered in Turkish lake

A 1,500-year-old Byzantine basilica has been found in Turkey's Lake Iznik. A church which dates back to the year 500 AD was unearthed during excavations conducted under in the depths of Lake Iznik in Turkey's western province of Bursa, as Anadolu Agency reports. Professor Mustafa Sahin from Bursa Uludag University's Archaeology

Ancient basilica unearthed in Bulgaria

Archaeologists working in Bulgaria have found an ancient Basilica that dates back to the reign of Constantine the Great (306-337 A.D.). The basilica is 27 metres wide and about 100m long, according to Yana Borissova-Katsarova, head of research at the site. It featured multi-coloured mosaics. Further exploration of the find will

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