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    Anatolian Civilizations MuseumAnatolian Civilizations Museum Ankara, Turkey
    this fabulous museum is one of the richest museums in the world, situated on the south side of the Ankara Castle in the Atpazari district of Ankara, Turkey and includes the old Ottoman Mahmut Pasa bazaar storage building and the Kursunlu Han. The han is used as an administrative building that contains the library, work rooms, workshop, conference hall and laboratory, while the old bazaar warehouse contains the exhibits. There are numerous Anatolian archaeology, as well as an inclusive collection of relics from the excellent excavations at various sites throughout the nation, and ages. There are also exhibits filled with gold, silver, marble and bronze works that date back to the second half of the first millennium BC. with outstanding coin collections, and other rare cultural treasures. The exhibits are dated from their various periods like Paleolithic from 8000 BC, Neolithic from 8000 to 5500 BC, Chalcolithic age that created copper and stone tools and utensils that run from 5500 to 3000 BC, the early Bronze age from 3000 to 1950 BC, Assyrian trade colonies period from 1950 to 1750 BC, the Hittite period from 1750 to 1200 BC, the Phrygian period from 1200 to 700 BC, the late Hittite period from 1200 to 700 BC, Urartian period from 1200 to 600 BC, Lydian period from 1200 to 546 BC. The coins are especially exciting and interesting, as well as the beautiful ancient jewelry.

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    Temple of AugustusTemple of Augustus Ankara, Turkey
    Monumentum Ancyranum either refers to the Temple of Augustus and Rome in Ankara, Turkey or to the inscription "res gestae divi augusti", that is a text that describes the first Roman emperor Augustus, and is the most intact copy of these lines inscribed on the walls of the temple. It was constructed sometime between 25 BC and 20 BC, after central Anatolia was conquered by the Roman Empire and the creation of the Galatia province, with Ankara, then called Ancyra, as the administrative capital. After Augustus died in 14 AD, a copy of the text would be inscribed on both wall inside the pronaos in Latin, along with a Greek translation on the opposite side of the wall. These inscriptions are the main surviving source of the text, since the original inscription that had been put on the bronze pillars that sat in the front of the Mausoleum of Augustus in Rome is long gone, and the two other surviving inscriptions of the text are incomplete. It would come to the attention of the world by Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq, the ambassador of Ferdinand of Austria, to the Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent at Amasia in Asia Minor.

January 14, 2014