ZERnews – During the archaeological excavations at the Küllüoba Mound in the Seyitgazi district of Eskişehir, a stone cist grave dating back to B.C. 3,000 years was found. As a result of meticulous studies, two skeletons of a 13-14-year-old girl and a 35-40-year-old man came out of the tomb.
Küllüoba excavation head and Bilecik Sheikh Edebali University Archaeology Department academic member Assoc.
Dr. Murat Türkteki said in a statement that 2 people were found in the same grave, and he said that they believe that the buried people had been buried in a grave because they had died for the same reason.