Posts Tagged ‘pergamon’

Ancient Tomb of Bird Oracle Priest Found in Turkey’s Pergamon

The ancient city of Pergamon (or Pergamum) in Turkey has yielded several interesting finds recently. The latest in this series of finds is the tomb of the bird oracle priest Markos. Based on the recent findings, Markos, the ancient bird oracle priest, used the behavior of birds, their flight and songs, as a way to […]

Excavations Reveal Pergamon Amphitheater Had Reserved ‘Box Seats’

Which sports and entertainment fan today hasn’t yearned for box seats or VIP seating for their favorite concert? Despite the needle of time ticking away through these centuries, some things don’t seem to have changed, as archaeologists from the German Archaeological Institute and Berlin Technical University’s Institute of Architecture seem to have found out. At […]

New Digital Map Gives Fresh Details About The Ancient City Of Pergamon

The German Archaeological Institute has just released detailed updated digital maps of the ancient city of Pergamon (also known as Pergamum). For the first time since 1973, the new cartography includes all known archaeological locations in Pergamon. Pergamon: One Of The Best-preserved Ancient World Cities One of the best-preserved cities of the ancient world, Pergamon […]

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