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Archaeological excavation of Nerik 12-01, Turkey
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Nachdem das türk. Kultusministerium im Jahr 2012 allen ausl. Archäologen die aktive Grabungstätigkeit untersagt hatte, waren nur Aufarbeitungs- und Dokumentationsarbeiten möglich. So wurden hier die Grabungsareale gesäubert, um anschliessend Luftaufnahmen zu machen.

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Hochgeladen: 14/12/2012
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