A hidden room under a house

South eastern Anatolia has been a junction in every direction. East to west and north to south, this region has a way to every direction. That’s why south eastern Anatolia has hidden treasures in the region.

Last sample of those treasures is a hidden room under a village house. According to the archeaological works, it is so ancient that it is dated back to Iron age. It is a room that has a huge capacity. It is like the underground structures of Cappadocia underground cities. The differences are the size and design of the underground room. We can see the figures of ancient Mesopotamia religion. It is guessed that it is dated back to BC 1000.

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August 11, 2022 at 8:54 am

Itís difficult to find well-informed people in this particular topic, but you seem like you know what youíre talking about! Thanks

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