Unique Assyrian Relief With Aramaic Text Found Beneath Turkish House

First came the robbers, then the cops, then the archaeologists: This is the only Assyrian relief ever found underground, and with Aramaic names for the gods

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The divine procession
The divine processionCredit: Photos by Y. Koyuncu and M. Önal; drawings by M. Önal based on laser scan by Cevher Mimarlık)
Ruth Schuster
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