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Archaeologists Unearth Three Ancient Greek Mosaics in the Ongoing Excavation in Zeugma, Turkey

Workers clear a mosaic depicting the nine Muses at The Zeugma excavation project conducted by Oxford Archaeology and supported by Packhard Humanities Institute and the Ministry of Culture of Turkey...

Slow Cooker Creamy White Chicken Chili

Slow Cooker Creamy White Chicken Chili | Soooo delicious! Creamy white chicken chili is made easy in the slow cooker, and has just the right amount of spice to warm up your night! | From !!b

Photography Pulitzer for Coverage of Refugee Crisis

The New York Times and Thomson Reuters shared the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for coverage of Europe’s refugee crisis.

If you are eating clean, chances are a good old beef hamburger is not on the menu. The good news is turkey burgers are a wonderful alternative to hamburgers. Ground turkey is lower in fat and makes a healthier burger. The secret is to mix it with veggies to keep it moist, otherwise it can [...]

GREEK COINS. Kyzikos (Mysia). EL-stater, c. 500-450. Von Fritze, Nomisma VII. 8, no. 102, pl. III. 21. Very rare. Extremely fine. Estimate: 20,000 EUR

1-8-2013 Archaeologists have completed the excavation of a 13th-century chapel preserved with a Pompeiian clarity. Built just a century before the city was abandoned, the structure features a six-foot deesis fresco depicting Jesus, John and Mary holding scrolls with Greek Biblical texts, a style never before found in Turkey. Details of the architecture remain in pristine shape, including a cross-shaped window that shines directly onto the altar.

Pamukkale, Turkey - The white cliffs of Pamukkale, Turkey, appear more like a frozen waterfall than what they really are: hot springs. The steplike cliffs and shallow pools cascading over the hillside were created here by volcanic activity and are rich in calcium. Ancient Greeks believed the springs had medicinal properties bestowed by the gods and built the ancient city of Hierapolis on top of the hill.