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September 15 2012
A tablet found at the Ziyarettepe excavation area has stirred excitement among scientists and archaeologists. The tablet, which belongs to eighth century BC has writings in unknown language.
A tablet from the eighth century BC in an unknown language found at the Ziyarettepe excavation has stirred excitement among scientists.
“The tablet in Ziyarettepe is quite important. The first evaluations and translation of the tablet were done in England. However, the first announcements are being made at our museum in Turkey,” said Nevin Soyukaya, director of the Diyarbakır Museum, which is supervising the excavation.
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