Roman artifacts found in drilling excavation

Roman artifacts found in drilling excavation

Roman artifacts were found in the drilling excavation for the construction of a lodging house in Amasra district of Bartın.

Drilling excavations were carried out at 6 different points under the leadership of Amasra Museum Directorate in the region for the construction of the district governor’s lodging planned to be built in Fatih Neighborhood of Bartın.

Roman artifacts

After the meticulous work carried out upon the emergence of mudbricks at a depth of about 3 meters, 4 graves were reached. Gold earrings, rings, tear bottles and oil lamps were found in the graves. Museum Directorate officials determined that the artifacts belong to the Roman period.

The historical artifacts were taken to the Amasra Museum Directorate and recorded.

Gül Demirci

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