Following the footprints of Palaeolithic pioneers at Dülük

Dülük is one of the most important open air Palaeolithic sites in Turkey. Muine Atasayan discovered it in 1938. She visited Dülük village and Roman tombs near it in 14th February 1938 with students from archaeology and anthropology departments from Ankara University. At that day, she discovered the first Palaeolithic tools in the area. ThereContinue reading “Following the footprints of Palaeolithic pioneers at Dülük”