Hellenistic burial chamber unearthed in southwestern Turkey
Turkish archaeologists have discovered a new ancient burial chamber from the Hellenistic Period, containing over 100 hundred artefacts in the southwestern Turkish province of Muğla, reports said on Wednesday.
Archaeologists claimed that it was built for a wealthy royal family 2,400 years ago. A total of 103 artefacts were unearthed during the excavation, reports said.
Source: Daily Sabah [November 24, 2016]