Historical Excavation at Beşiktaş Metro Excavation

In the construction of the metro station in Besiktas, the ruins belonging to the Neolithic period, which were described as prehistoric, were found. The findings of the excavations carried out by the Istanbul Archaeological Museums and 6 thousand years ago are estimated to go back to the Bosphorus.

Ongoing construction in ISTANBUL KabataşThe Beşiktaş station excavation of the Beşiktaş-Mecidiyeköy-Mahmutbey metro line dates back to the 19th and 20th centuries. The Cultural Heritage Preservation Board did not need to preserve existing building foundations on site, and decided to remove the remains by making scientific drawings and records. Archaeological excavations continued under the supervision of the Museum Directorate.

BRAND NEW DISCOVERY

In fact, these excavations brought new information to shed light on the history of Istanbul and especially the Bosphorus. As a result of the meticulous work of the archaeologists of the museum, it was found that there were structures with a neolithic period, and these structures were found in Urne type tombs as in Yenikapı archaeological excavations. For the first time around the Bosphorus this information was excited by archaeologists. It was a brand new discovery for Istanbul. Just as around the Bayrampaşa Creek in Yenikapı, there was a neolithic period building around Ihlamur Creek. Istanbul 6500 3000 and XNUMX'li between the historical gap will be completed with Besiktas said. As it goes down, it is possible to say that very important information about prehistoric times will be reached. The historical information obtained from both Yenikapı and Üsküdar stations is now adding new ones from Beşiktaş station.

4 THOUSAND THOUSAND

Turkey's most important neolithic period expert Prof. Dr. Mehmet Özdoğan had the opportunity to examine the area on site. Underlining that there are definitely neolithic findings, Özdoğan said that Istanbul Archeology Museums Director Zeynep Kızıltan has accomplished a great job. Pointing out that such excavations were covered in the past, Özdoğan said, “After the finds in Yenikapı, a gap had emerged in the history of Istanbul. There was a time we didn't know. Now we will fill this gap with Beşiktaş. I was incredibly excited. Being in the center of Istanbul like Beşiktaş is a great discovery. Circular structures are typical Thracian settlement style. We see this all the way back to the Iron Age. I guess about 4 BC. As finds continue dating certainty kazanwill do.”

Historical discovery in the Bosphorus

Interpreting the photographs, Archaeologist Nezih Başgelen said: de The fact that there are no traces of the settlement of the prehistory in the Bosphorus, which is an important waterway connecting the Black Sea basin and the Aegean-Mediterranean world, increases the importance of Beşiktaş metro excavations. Previously, those found in Yenikapı, Fikirtepe, Pendik, Yarımburgaz and Ağaçlı showed that Istanbul has extraordinary values ​​in terms of civilization history. Round structures starting to appear in Beşiktaş metro excavations are interesting findings. The structure of the village belonging to the Neolithic period in Aktopraklık Höyük in Akçalar location in Bursa-Ulubat Lake in terms of the structure of round structure in the Marmara Region is interesting. It can fill the gaps between the mesolithic and bronze age in Istanbul. Da

Source : the site www.hurriyet.com.tr

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