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Archaeologists Workingroom
Turkey

Nachdem das Grabungsprojekt "Nerik" der Freien Universität Berlin von den türkischen Behörden genehmigt war, wurde dem Team die alte Schule von Oymaagac zur Verfügung gestellt. Diese mußte komplett renoviert werden und konnte im Sommer 2007 von den Archäologen bezogen werden. In diesem Raum werden die Forschungsergebnisse der unterschiedlichsten wissenschaftlichen Disziplinen zusammengetragen und bearbeitet. Über Funk sind die Computer direkt mit dem ca. 1km entfernten Grabungshügel verbunden. Weitere Panoramen finden Sie unter www.derPanoramafotograf.com

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Taken: 18/08/2008
Uploaded: 13/12/2008
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Tags: hethiter; nerik; zalpa; türkei; oymaagac; archäologie; forschung; hittite; turkey; archaeology; field research
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