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The archaeological excavations, which were initiated within the scope of the Marmaray Project and take Istanbul's history back 8500 years, were stopped on the grounds that the resource was over. The warehouses containing the artifacts were sealed.
Archaeological excavations continued in Yenikapı and the history of Istanbul took 8500 years back.
According to Radikal's report, the Yenikapı excavations, which were carried out with the financial support of the Ministry of Transport State Ports and Airports (DLH), were officially terminated with a fax order. The doors of the warehouses where 40 thousand safes are kept were sealed.
Ship equipment, spools, sailboats, ropes, leather sandals, combs, ivory and bone neolithic historical artifacts waiting to be conserved and kept in special medicated waters are now waiting for the new decision.
Since the 2004, it has reached the conclusion stage of scientific excavations with the support of DLH. In a letter sent to the excavation team sent a fax, '' the new credit can not get the budget is finished, your own budget to complete the rest of the work '' said.
The 20 independent archaeologist working in the excavation team was dismissed, the doors sealed and the excavation team left the area. The Ministry of Culture started negotiations with DLH to solve the problem.
Excavations started at 2004
Ministry of Transport and the Istanbul Metropolitan prepared by the Municipality and Turkey's largest rail forming the public transport network Marmaray and scope of subway projects Üsküdar and Sirkeci and on the archaeological findings open the excavations made during construction of the station at Yenikapi Istanbul Archaeological Museums Directorate archaeological began in 2004 headed the excavations had come to its final stage.
Studies on the 58 meters of sea level in the 3 thousand square meters area in Yenikapı began. In the most comprehensive archaeological excavations in the history of Istanbul, the port of Theodosius, the largest port of the Early Byzantine Period, was unearthed between -1 meters and -6,30 meters.
13 in the Marmaray excavation area, 22-5 in different dimensions and types including 11 in the underground excavation area. Found in the 35 sunken boat dating to centuries.
Istanbul's history has changed
During the excavations under Theodosius Harbor floor, simple stone-based branch-like architectural remains of the Neolithic period below approximately -6,30 meters of sea level and the detection of the burial (Hoker) and urne burials around these remains revealed the Neolithization process of the region.
Early in 2011 Yenikapi Metro excavation site in the neolithic period grave architecture was encountered in the use of wood is very rare.
The settlement date of the Neolithic settlement of Yenikapi and the date of the historical peninsula was moved back to about 8500 years. The 390 footprint of the first natives of the Neolithic period Istanbul was discovered. The 9 thousand works, starting from the Neolithic period and reaching to the present day and shedding light on the history of the city, were presented to the service of science. During these studies, the sea fillings between the ruins of the ancient city Theodosius Port and the neolithic culture layer showed very important findings in terms of understanding the changes of the Sea of Marmara in the last 35 thousand years.
He was on hold in medicated water.
While the excavations were going on, the sorting of the materials from the land continued at the same time. The archaeologists quickly took the land to the laboratories to excavate and collect the scientific data for later, and then to hand over the land to DLH. The aim was not to interfere with the ongoing construction.
The sorting, maintenance and scientific studies of the materials that have been uncovered are now in the middle. DLH said, '' the ox is dead, '' he said. Because the excavation of the subway land was completed and delivered to DLH.
Monthly expense 100 thousand pounds
20 independent archaeologist's salaries and scientific conservation for scientific conservation of pool water in the ponds of laboratory supplies at the laboratory stage of the purchase of stationery stating that the total cost of 100 thousand pounds, the Ministry of Culture wanted to solve the problem as soon as possible.
The officials of the Ministry of Culture said that the negotiations with the Ministry of Transport were initiated for the solution of the problem and that the works would be done in order not to be left in the middle.
Works waiting for classification
There are 40 bin case materials waiting to be classified. They need to be separated as inventory, study, scientific data to be taken, photos of the works should be restored and restored. Conservations of organic small finds could not be performed. They are kept in special medicated waters.
Periodically there is a need to change the water, maintenance needs to be done about 2 month is called no budget. Now it is possible to create the largest collection of organic works in the world, but now it is left to rot. These include ship equipment, pulleys, sailboats, ropes, leather sandals, combs, ivory and bone artifacts.
The excavation team says that all works will be completed within a maximum of six months. DLH's earlier, '' Hand over the land, we will continue to support you in the laboratory stage, '' he said reminding the team, '' 25 article excavation protocol until the completion of the excavation results were specified to be given economic support. We couldn't imagine that the DLH would do that. After evaluating each of the excavations, we had to continue the excavations, to prevent the construction of the results of the results we have left to end, '' he said.
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