Urartu kingdom palace found in Turkey

Urartu kingdom palace found in Turkey

A first structure of a palace of the kingdom of Urartu It has been found in the excavations of Van Castle, in Turkey, carried out by Professor Erkan Konyar, of the University of Istanbul.

Konyar said that the team of archaeologists has unearthed the first structures of a palace of the Urartu civilization, adding that they will continue to excavate the compound and its surroundings to reveal other structures in the coming years.

The architectural structure shows that the palace was built in the early Urartu period. In a month and a half of work, we have managed to find it at a depth of 6 meters underground, and we hope that with time, we will be able to excavate all the public buildings of this civilizationKonyar finished.

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