Yenikapı kazıları

27 Pinler158 Takipçi
Ship from 10.Century in Yenikapı, İstanbul

Ship from 10.Century in Yenikapı, İstanbul

8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey. Archaeologists from the Istanbul Archaeological Museums excavate shipwreck called YK 14 in April 2007. (Photo courtesy Institute of Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M University/M. Jones.)

In Photos: 8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey

8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey. Archaeologists from the Istanbul Archaeological Museums excavate shipwreck called YK 14 in April 2007. (Photo courtesy Institute of Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M University/M. Jones.)

The Theodosian walls are bombarded by Mehmet the Conqueror, Constantinople AD 1453

The Theodosian walls are bombarded by Mehmet the Conqueror, Constantinople AD 1453

Archaeologists from the Istanbul Archaeological Museums work to excavate one of eight byzantine shipwrecks

In Photos: 8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey

Archaeologists from the Istanbul Archaeological Museums work to excavate one of eight byzantine shipwrecks

8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey. The shipwreck that researchers call YK 23, shown in its original position, in December 2007. Archaeologists working at a site in Turkey called Yenikapi have unearthed 37 remarkably well-preserved shipwrecks. The shipwrecks date back to the time of the Byzantine Empire, and are found in the port of the ancient city Istanbul, then called Constantinople. [Full story: Byzantine Shipwrecks Shed Light on Shipbuilding History].

In Photos: 8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey

8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey. The shipwreck that researchers call YK 23, shown in its original position, in December 2007. Archaeologists working at a site in Turkey called Yenikapi have unearthed 37 remarkably well-preserved shipwrecks. The shipwrecks date back to the time of the Byzantine Empire, and are found in the port of the ancient city Istanbul, then called Constantinople. [Full story: Byzantine Shipwrecks Shed Light on Shipbuilding History].

Archaeologists working at a site in Turkey called Yenikapi have unearthed 37 remarkably well-preserved shipwrecks. The shipwrecks date back to the time of the Byzantine Empire, and are found in the port of the ancient city Istanbul, then called Constantinople. Eight of the shipwrecks that date to the fifth to 11th centuries are now described in a new report

In Photos: 8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey

Archaeologists working at a site in Turkey called Yenikapi have unearthed 37 remarkably well-preserved shipwrecks. The shipwrecks date back to the time of the Byzantine Empire, and are found in the port of the ancient city Istanbul, then called Constantinople. Eight of the shipwrecks that date to the fifth to 11th centuries are now described in a new report

8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey. The galley of the ship called YK 4 was split longitudinally shortly after it was excavated. The ship's bow is in the foreground of this photo, taken in October 2006. (Photo courtesy Institute of Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M University/M. Jones.)

In Photos: 8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey

8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey. The galley of the ship called YK 4 was split longitudinally shortly after it was excavated. The ship's bow is in the foreground of this photo, taken in October 2006. (Photo courtesy Institute of Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M University/M. Jones.)

The largest group of Byzantine shipwrecks ever unearthed is among our 10 Greatest Wrecks http://bit.ly/1F8mNRt

Archaeology Magazine on

The largest group of Byzantine shipwrecks ever unearthed is among our 10 Greatest Wrecks http://bit.ly/1F8mNRt

Van der Vin’s map of Constantinople.

Van der Vin’s map of Constantinople.

Yenikapı Kazıları ve Üsküdar kazıları

Yenikapı Kazıları ve Üsküdar kazıları

Pinterest
Ara