Thursday, June 24, 2010
The latest findings uncovered during the ongoing excavations at Çatalhöyük, one of the oldest settlement areas in human history, will be revealed to the world at the end of the summer. A member of the international archaeological team says the results will be published and discussed in a scientific environment
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Archaeological findings unearthed at Çatalhöyük, one of the oldest known settlement areas in human history, will be shared with the public at the end of the summer, according to a member of the international excavation team.
“This information will enable us to learn more details about human beings’ unknown journey in the world. These results do not only concern archaeologists but also scientists in many fields, from medicine to engineering,” archaeologist Gülay Sert said, announcing that scientific publications will be prepared as a result of the excavations and shared with the world this summer.