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Archaeological excavations at the second site revealed a settlement of several residential buildings built on stone foundations, including a circular tower.
Noting that archaeological excavations continue in the territory of Heydar Aliyev Park Complex of Ganja by expedition group of archaeologists, Aliyev said that after the completion of the research, it is planned to set up an open sky archaeological museum.
Moreover, he said that the archaeological excavations extend to all the governorates that contain archaeological sites, where work is done at 30 sites per season, which extends over three months each.
The archaeological excavations of the site, which dates back to about 100,000 years ago, were made by archeologists from INP, the universities of Oxford and London (UK) and the university of Sousse.
Sultan bin Saif al-Bakri, Director of Excavations and Archaeological Studies Department at the Ministry of Heritage and Culture said that the archaeological excavations uncovered the oldest production of copper smelting sites, which date back to 3200 BC, or the so-called "Hafeet" period, in addition to a towerthat is one of the oldest archaeological towers belonging to that period.
The team had reached the archaeological excavations even 28 meters below the sea level, which is unbelievable.
The discovery and archaeological excavations of the temple sites in the south region of Damagou began in 2002 and most sites we excavated were established during the period from the sixth century to the eighth century," said Dr.
This slim monograph details the archaeological excavations at North Lane, in Canterbury, England during 1993 and 1996.
Underwater archaeological excavations in Turkey were chosen by the Archaeological Institute of America as one of the most important in the world.
Founded by Ptolemy Philadelphos II in the early third century BCE, the site was the subject of Hungarian archaeological excavations and studies between 1998 and 2004 under the leadership of respected archaeologist Gyozo Voros.
Archaeological excavations at a prison near Megiddo, Israel, have uncovered remains of what may have been one of the region's oldest Christian churches.
This work, which is being carried out by Weldon Construction, will allow archaeological excavations and service diversions to be completed before the main roadworks begin.
Stealing relics that date back 4,000 years to the civilizations of Babylon and Sumer, the thieves destroyed decades' worth of archaeological excavations.
Almost 35 years ago, archaeological excavations revealed the location of King Herod's palace fortress, from which he ruled for 40 years.
A proposed new visitor centre for the Roman site of Volubilis in Morocco will be a living museum for artefacts unearthed as archaeological excavations continue.
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