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Archaeologists unearth ancient chamber tomb in southeast Turkey

17:16 . 22/04/2021 Perşembe
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Archeologists have unearthed a chamber tomb dating back 1,500 years in Turkey’s southeastern province of Adiyaman on Thursday, (Apr 22). Located in Kahta district of the province the chamber includes seven human skeletons, a Museum director Mehmet Alkan told Anadolu Agency. Examining the tomb, Alkan said that: "A total of seven human skeletons were found in the chamber tombs.

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