Roman tomb found in Turkey

Roman tomb found in Turkey


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In Antalya province, south of Turkey found a tomb dating from the Roman era, 2nd and 3rd century AD.

This tomb was in the Hurma neighborhood and it was covered in nylon, measuring 22 meters long, 11 wide and 72 deep. It is made of stone and has reliefs on both sides. It is currently under the protection of the General Cultural Directorate of the province.

The Regional Office for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage will make a decision on the exhibition of the tomb.

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