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Roman mosaic unearthed in wheat field in Central Turkey – The Archaeology News Network

A Roman-era mosaic, estimated to date back to the 2nd century, has been unearthed in Turkey’s Central Anatolian province of Kırıkkale’s Delice district.

The excavation field appeared last year after rainfall in a wheat field in the village of Elmalı and the 48-centimeter mosaic was discovered there.

via Roman mosaic unearthed in wheat field in Central Turkey – The Archaeology News Network

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