The researchers also identified a funerary area dated to the fourth century B.C., where Greek merchants were buried
What is believed to have been food once upon a time - around 10,000 B.C. - has been found in the northwestern province of Bursa in a cave that has come to light after a landside and was discovered by a shepherd.
Experts have said the food has remained intact because it has been covered in resin to this day, likening it to modern Turkey's "Mustafakemalpaşa cheese dessert."
Two 2,500-year-old marble statues and an inscription have been found during excavations at the Temple of Zeus Lepsynos, one of the best-preserved Roman temples of Anatolia, in the western province of Muğla.
Built with donations in the second century B.C., the temple is located in the ancient city of Euromos.
Canada has been going through a record heatwave for the last ten days, which has killed hundreds of people in more than seven days and caused more than 150 forest fires across British Columbia.
In Lytton, a place with only 250 inhabitants, the maximum temperatures are usually around 25 degrees during June.
Ottawa prepared on July 2 to send military aircraft and other help to evacuate towns and fight more than 100 wildfires in western Canada fueled by a record-smashing heat wave.
According to wildfire officials, at least 152 fires were active in British Columbia, 89 of them sparked in the last two days. Most were caused by lightning strikes.
In Seattle and Portland, after several consecutive days of record high temperatures that exceeded 37.7, there was a relaxation on Tuesday, but the temperatures in the cities in eastern Oregon and the cities in Idaho increased a lot, reports AP.
42.2 degrees were measured in Spokane, Washington, which is the highest temperature ever recorded in that city.