Photo: Greek City Times
A geometric patterned floor mosaic was unearthed during the excavations carried out around the Red Basilica in Pergamon, an ancient city in western Turkey
Source: 1,800-year-old Geometric Patterned Mosaic Found In The Ancient Greek City Pergamon Now Modern Turkey
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The discovery of the ‘VIP box seats’ was made during an excavation of the Pergamon amphitheater in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Turkey’s western Ismir province.
Source: Ancient amphitheatres in Turkey had box seating
Photo source: Hurriyet Daily News
The results of a project on life in the ancient city of Pergamon (today’s Bergama), which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, 1,800 years ago have been presented to the international archaeological community through the New York University Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW).
Source: Life in ancient Pergamon presented to int’l archaeological community
Visiting Turkey? Here is a complete list of things to see and do in Izmir (both Izmir province and Izmir city); Turkey’s most westernized and historic city.
Source: The Best Things To See and Do in Izmir, Turkey