Two spearheads, dated to the end of the 4th millennium BC in Trabzon, began to be exhibited in the Private Silk Road Museum of the Trabzon Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Culture and Tourism. M. Suat Hacısalihoğlu, President of Trabzon Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TTSO), stating that the history of the city is scientifically proven to be 6 thousand years old with the latest archaeological finds, said that the spearheads were put into the museum. kazanHe gave a certificate of appreciation to the scientists and citizens who contributed to the research.
TTSO PRIVATE SILKYOLU MUSEUM
The two spearheads found in Trabzon were dated by the Archeology Department of Karadeniz Technical University, belonging to the late chalcolithic and early Bronze Age, to the end of the fourth millennium BC and the beginning of the third millennium BC. Spearheads started to be exhibited at the Ministry of Culture and Tourism Trabzon Chamber of Commerce and Industry Private İpekyolu Museum.
HACISALİHOĞLU: WE PROVE THAT THE HISTORY OF TRABZON HAS REACHED 6 THOUSAND YEARS
Museum of spearheads kazanA ceremony was held to give a certificate of appreciation to those who contributed to the project. Speaking at the ceremony, TTSO President M. Suat Hacısalihoğlu said, “There are new findings regarding the history of Trabzon. These works kazanThe contribution of our professors from the archeology department and our university is great. who found them and kazanIt is necessary to commemorate the names of our citizens who showed an example of responsibility by expressing their gratitude. Abidin Karbuzoğlu and Gökhan Baki found these artifacts and preserved them. kazanthey nagged. With these two works, we proved that the history of Trabzon has reached 6 thousand years. I would like to thank everyone who contributed,” he said.
AKGÜL: WE DON'T HOPE THAT THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION HAS BEGINNING
KTU Archeology Department Lecturer Dr. Hülya Çalışkan Akgül said, “The person who finds and donates these artifacts goes to the museum. kazanThank you to everyone who is standing. Archaeological finds, which we call the end of the 4th millennium BC and the beginning of the 3rd millennium BC, and the end of the late Chalcolithic and the beginning of the first bronze age, have emerged for the first time in Trabzon. Therefore, he pulled the history of the city back to the 4th millennium BC. If we count from the present, these spearheads are the proof that we live in lands with 6 thousand years of human life. Very important archaeological finds. I hope that the rest will come and most importantly, it will be instrumental in starting an archeology excavation in our city.”
KTU Archeology Department academic staff member Assoc. Dr. Serkan Demirel said, “Unfortunately, archeology studies in our country are carried out by individual efforts. Social cooperation on this issue can produce better results. "We would like to thank Trabzon Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its President Suat Hacısalihoğlu for their support to unearth the spearheads and archaeological studies."
ERÜZ: THE CHANCE TO REWRITE THE HISTORY OF TRABZON HAS ARRIVED
Trabzon Natural and Historical Values Preservation Association President Assoc. Dr. Coşkun Erüz said, “It is very important that these works are found in Trabzon. The chance to rewrite the history of Trabzon with scientifically proven and material evidence has emerged. Persuading the citizens holding these artifacts, they were put into the museum. kazanSuat Chairman and Hülya Hoca made a serious effort to Thanks to them, these artifacts remained in Trabzon without going anywhere else and were put into the museum. kazanyelled. I am grateful to them for their contribution on behalf of Trabzon and rewriting the history of the region.”
A CERTIFICATE OF CERTIFICATE GIVEN TO THE CONTRIBUTORS
TTSO President M. Suat Hacısalihoğlu, his contributions to the TTSO Private Silk Road Museum and the transfer of spearheads to the museum. kazanfor their efforts in helping Dr. Hülya Caliskan Akgul, Assoc. Dr. Serkan Demirel, Assoc. Dr. Coşkun Erüz gave a certificate of appreciation to Gökhan Baki and Olcay Öztürk. Eyyüp Ergan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Trabzon Commodity Exchange, also attended the certificate of appreciation ceremony and thanked those who contributed to the museum.