According to the excavation director, the plate dating back to the Urartu civilization of the Iron Age was likely used for architectural ornamentation.
Archaeological discovery of two graves reveal new information on the burial traditions of the Urartu civilisation in Turkey’s Van province, going back 2,750 years.
Team of 50 archaeologists and scientists unearth 5,000-year-old rooms and terracotta pots in eastern Van province.
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