The ruins of an 800-year-old church have been unearthed in the ancient Greek city of Adramytteion, in Turkey. The find was made just two weeks before the completion of this year's seasonal work.
Murat Özgen, director of the North Aegean Research and Application Center, said excavations in the city have been continuous since 2012.
«This year the excavations have continued in a field on Ören hill, which we call 'Region C'. A large church dating from the 11th century was found during excavations between 2000 and 2006. During the works two years ago we found the apse of the church«.
«We knew that in the 11th century it had been destroyed and this last church found confirms that knowledge. We now have two weeks to finish the works here«, Özgen finished.
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