Polish archaeologists working in Çatalhöyük in the central Anatolia (Turkey) have discovered a large mudbrick building, in which the inhabitants of one of the oldest settlements in the world met. It was built near the end of the settlement's existence, over 8,000 years ago.
A fragment of the floor of a large 15th-16th century building, probably from the times of the first owners of the Białystok estates was discovered by archaeologists during the work in the parade courtyard of the historic Branicki Palace in Białystok. They believe that it is an important discovery for the history of the city.
One of the most important Bronze Age settlements of southern Cyprus is being studied by an international team of archaeologists under the supervision of Dr. Katarzyna Zeman-Wiśniewska from the Institute of Archaeology of the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Professor Laerke Recht from Universität Graz (Austria) and Dr. Lorenzo Mazzotta from Università del Salento (Italy).