Ancient BuyukTepe Hoyuk in NorthEast Turkey
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Ancient BuyukTepe Hoyuk

The Early Bronze Age deposit appears to represent the remains of a temporary encampment. The best preserved dwelling had been dug out of the soft bedrock and consisted of three roughly circular depressions - two of which may have been living areas. The third - at a slightly higher level - is a wide platform perhaps used for sleeping or storage purposes. At the opposite end of the dwelling an internal hearth with associated pottery was uncovered. A row of stones found in situ in the front of this probably held down the tent covers .....

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