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Wine Talk: Let’s talk turkey

The Jerusalem Post 02 Dec 2021
Turkey was always a wine producer in ancient times - here's how to enjoy the modern-day ones. .
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Pope Francis is about to visit Greece and Cyprus — and he’s expected to invite some 50 migrants to come to Rome

Greek City Times 02 Dec 2021
He said he is also coming “to drink from the ancient wellsprings of Europe ... Following the invasion, Turkey declared the north an independent republic, but no other country in the world recognizes this claim ... The situation worsened last July when Turkey’s President Erdogan called for a two-state solution. An Ancient Church.
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Greek Businesses Keep Close Eye on Turkey Interests Amidst Lira Meltdown

Greek City Times 27 Nov 2021
Greek companies with billions of euros of investments in Turkey are keeping a close eye on developments in the neighbouring country as the eastern economy kneels under the weight of a meltdown in the Turkish Lira ... Fourlis, which owns the IKEA franchise in Greece, Cyprus and Bulgaria, also operates the Intersport brand at home and in Turkey.
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Wendy van Duivenvoorde

MENA FN 25 Nov 2021
I am a scientific diver, drone pilot, and cultural heritage advocate. I have undertaken archaeological research on sites and collections dating from the ancient to historical periods in Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Madagascar, the Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, North America and Australia.
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Rare Iron Roman Cavalry Face Mask Discovered At Hadrianopolis, Turkey

Ancient Origins 24 Nov 2021
Researchers from Turkey’s Karabük University discovered the 1,800-year-old iron Roman face mask in a fortified building in the ancient city of Hadrianopolis, near Paphlagonia in the Eskipazar district of Turkey's northern Karabük province ... city of Hadrianopolis in Turkey.
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Archaeologists unearth iron mask in northern mask

Urdu Point 24 Nov 2021
Archaeologists have unearthed an iron mask belonging to Roman soldiers, dating back 1,800 years during excavations in the ancient site of Hadrianopolis in Karabuk province in Turkey's northern black sea region. KARABUK, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 24 (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - ...
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Roasts for the Holidays

Watauga Democrat 24 Nov 2021
Roasted Turkey. We start off, much like the holiday season, with roasted turkey. Turkeys are a New World food and were eaten by ancient peoples in the Americas for centuries before European conquerors brought turkeys back home with them ... In the U.S., turkey was a common Thanksgiving dish as early as the 1800s.
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Residents of ancient city of Pergamon had plant-based diet: Scientists

Anadolu Agency 24 Nov 2021
Examination of skeletons unearthed in the ancient city of Pergamon in western Turkey shows that locals living 2,000 years ago had a diet based on carbohydrates and plants, according to scientists ... Located in Turkey's Aegean province of Izmir, Pergamon and its surrounding ...
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Roman empire’s easternmost aqueduct discovered in Armenia

EurasiaNet 24 Nov 2021
Archeologists have discovered the easternmost Roman aqueduct in the ancient world in Armenia. The aqueduct was unfinished, and likely the product of a brief period in the second century CE of direct Roman control over the city of Artaxata, an ancient Armenian capital now near Khor Virap on the border with Turkey.
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Roman-era artefacts seized in south-eastern Turkey

Greek City Times 24 Nov 2021
Anadolu News Agency, Coins, Roman-era, Turkey. Previous Article Ancient Roman Marble Statue of Greek Aphrodite Goddess of Love Heads to Auction After 70 Years Unseen by the Public ... Bitcoin hits new all-time high in Turkey as fiat currency lira goes into free fall ... Protests in Turkey as Lira collapses.
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Drinking tonight? Here's how much alcohol is too much - and how to avoid holiday binging

The Lexington Dispatch 24 Nov 2021
And by right amount, drinking fans and aficionados, we mean the healthy amount ... But come on, the holidays merit putting a few (or more) back to go with turkey carving, football watching or that family game of Charades ... That means anything green (ahem green beans) to complement the never-ending carbs and turkey is a must. Ancient hangover cure?.
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News in pictures: Wednesday November 24, 2021

The Times/The Sunday Times 24 Nov 2021
For more pictures from The Times follow us on Instagram ... FAISAL KHAN/ANADOLU AGENCY/GETTY IMAGES. Sponsored ... HOWARD SHEPHERD/BNPS ... GUY BELL/ALAMY ... The remains of an 1,800-year-old iron mask belonging to a Roman soldier was uncovered during excavations at Hadrianopolis in Karabuk, modern-day Turkey. The ancient city was named after the emperor Hadrian ... .
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Taş Tepeler: Anatolia’s Land Of Great Transformation

Ancient Origins 23 Nov 2021
Taş Tepeler means “Stone Hills” and refers to an area covering some 200 kilometers (124 miles) in ancient Anatolia, now Turkey, in the vicinity of present day Şanlıurfa ... Needless to say, shock waves reverberated throughout the whole field of ancient studies ... A human head in an ancient wall at the Karahan Tepe site in Turkey.
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Roman soldier's cavalry FACE MASK dating back 1,800 years is uncovered in Turkey, confirming the ...

The Daily Mail 23 Nov 2021
An iron face mask that would have been worn by an accomplished member of the Roman cavalry some 1,800 years ago has been unearthed in northern central Turkey. The find was made during excavations of a fortified structure in the ancient city of Hadrianopolis in Paphlagonia, near modern-day Eskipazar, in Karabük Province.
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3,250-year-old seal belonging to Hittite prince discovered in southern Turkey

Anadolu Agency 19 Nov 2021
A 3,250-year-old seal belonging to a Hittite prince and an ancient cuneiform tablet dating back 3,400 years were discovered in Turkey's southern Hatay province ... An ancient tablet they have unearthed has Akkadian cuneiform texts, Akar noted, saying.
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