Preliminary work to unearth ancient city of Isos begins

A team of archeologists has  begun working on examining the site of the ancient city of Isos in  southern Turkey by making use of ground-based sensors to visualize the  underground features of the city’s structures, the district governor has  said.
İskender Yönden, the district  governor of Erzin, Hatay province, announced on Monday that a team of  four archeologists got to work at the reported site of the ancient city  of Isos, which has been underground for some 500 years in the southern  province of Hatay, as part of the work of unearthing the ancient city.
Yönden said the excavations will continue after the archeologists  find out more about the site of the city by looking at the processed  imagery from the sensors.

Preliminary work to unearth ancient city of Isos begins

A team of archeologists has begun working on examining the site of the ancient city of Isos in southern Turkey by making use of ground-based sensors to visualize the underground features of the city’s structures, the district governor has said.

İskender Yönden, the district governor of Erzin, Hatay province, announced on Monday that a team of four archeologists got to work at the reported site of the ancient city of Isos, which has been underground for some 500 years in the southern province of Hatay, as part of the work of unearthing the ancient city.

Yönden said the excavations will continue after the archeologists find out more about the site of the city by looking at the processed imagery from the sensors.

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