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Turkey Has Uncovered These 2,000 Year Old Mosaics (14 pics)

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Turkey Has Uncovered These 2,000 Year Old Mosaics (14 pics)




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№1 Author: Tomaz86 (26 Nov 2014 15:17) Total user comments: 10836


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Awesome.
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№2 Author: Phynix4 (26 Nov 2014 16:46) Total user comments: 5461


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way cool
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№3 Author: GustavoSM (26 Nov 2014 17:34) Total user comments: 396


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turkeys amaze me sometimes
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№4 Author: MikeT (26 Nov 2014 18:27) Total user comments: 0


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Mosaic with Greek letter found in Turkey ;)
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№5 Author: Chrisutd (26 Nov 2014 22:40) Total user comments: 1


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They might find them in Turkey, but the writing on last picture is in Greek. That must make you think.....
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№6 Author: erickthered (28 Nov 2014 17:33) Total user comments: 156


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Makes me think that Muslims are a cancer
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№7 Author: GA (29 Nov 2014 02:18) Total user comments: 0


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Muses : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M

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PS: It is really cool being able to read their names in your native language, let alone have friends named like that.
PS2: Nice job our neighbors Turks, thank you for restoring these. Others haven't been so appreciative of ancient ruins.
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№8 Author: styopa (1 Dec 2014 23:27) Total user comments: 1414


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"They might find them in Turkey, but the writing on last picture is in Greek. That must make you think....."
That Ionian Greeks inhabited the coastal cities of Asia Minor for well over a thousand years?

Funny.
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