A “burial chamber” backs to the Seljuk era was found in Kayseri, Turkey


On Saturday, the Turkish authorities found a “burial chamber” dating back to the Seljuk era in the central state of Kayseri, during excavations carried out by the municipality.

In his speech, State Director of Culture and Tourism Shoukro Dorsson said that excavations began on August 2, under the supervision of the Museums Directorate.


He explained that the “burial chamber” discovered after preliminary examinations are believed to belong to the Seljuk period.

“After all excavations are completed in the area, things will become clearer,” he added.