11th century Byzantine graves found in Turkey

Three tombs, believed to be those of a man, woman and child, dating to the 11th century, have been discovered near the city of Komana in northern Turkey. The site of the excavation was known in the  Byzantine era as a "temple city," the first so described from the time period.

Along with the remains, archaeologists from Hitit University Archaeology Department found earrings and accessories, leading them to believe that one of the tombs belonged to a woman.