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Im vierten Jahr der archäologischen Ausgrabungen auf dem Hügel von Oymaagac hofft man auf den endgültigen Beweis, dass es sich hier tatsächlich um den hethitischen Kultort Nerik handelt. Im vergangenen Jahr wurden mehrere Tontafeln gefunden, die den Ort Nerik erwähnen - ein starkes Indiz für Nerik. Dieses Jahr hatten wir mit gelegentlichem Regen zu tun, der die Verfärbungen des Untergrundes sehr schön zu Tage treten liess. Dadurch zeigen sich unterschiedliche Schichten oder Gruben sehr deutlich. Im 2. Jahrtausend vor Chr. beherrschten die Hethiter ein Gebiet das von der westlichen Türkei bis an die Grenzen Ägyptens reichte. Weitere Panoramen finden Sie unter www.derPanoramafotograf.com

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Tags: nerik; hittite; archaeology; history; excavation
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