350,000 years old stone axes found in in southern Turkey

August 15, 2019 - General

Archaeologists in Turkey have discovered the world’s second oldest axe, at Antalya’s Karain Cave, believed to be 350,000 years old.

Credit: DHA The Palaeolithic archaeological site is located at Yagca Village 27 kilometers (17 miles) northwest of Antalya city in southern Turkey.

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Harun Taskiran, a professor at the Department of Archaeology in Ankara University, said during the…

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