Gaziantep Kongremiz planlandığı şekilde yapılacaktır. İptal ya da erteleme söz konusu değildir. COVID-19 salgını sebebiyle tüm sunumlar telekonferans yönetimi ile gerçekleştirilecektir. Telekonferansla ilgili ayrıntılı bilgi teknik ekibimizce katılımcılarımıza iletilecektir


Given the worldwide spread of COVID-19 has necessitated us to take precaution, to prevent infection and protect heath threats to the parties, the all of the presentations of the Conference will be  held online web based presentation at online sessions moderated by the members of Organization/Scientific Committee. Our technical team will contact with participants and inform them about how to make virtual presentation


Değerli katılımcımız, kongrelerimizin ertelenmesi ya da iptali söz konusu değildir. Kongrelerimiz YÖK'ün 6 Mart 2020 tarihli duyurusu (kongrelere online katılım yönünde) gereği online olarak (Zoom üzerinden) gerçekleşecektir. Katılım belgeleri PDF olarak kongre sonrası gönderilecektir.

Sunumların nasıl yapılacağı yönünde teknik bilgi, kongre programı ile beraber yayımlanacaktır

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Zeugma Ancient City - Gaziantep
Information about Zeugma Antique City:

Belkıs / Zeugma is a city located on the hills 10 km in Nizip district of Gaziantep. Selevkos Nikator I, one of the generals of Alexander the Great, founded a city of Selevkeia in 300 BC where Alexander the Great crossed the Euphrates. He established a second city in the name of his wife Apama and connected these two cities with a bridge. From 31 BC onwards, the city was connected to Rome and its name was changed to geçit Zeugma ında in the sense of passage-bridge. The Roman period lived in the golden age of the city. In 256 AD, the Sassanid king Shapur I captured Zeugma and destroyed it. After the transmission Zeugma could not reach its former glory. Zeugma, Roman period, art field has advanced, mosaic tiles that decorate rich villas have become compete with the world examples. It turns out that Zeenin is literally a mosaic city. Gaziantep and given to Turkey "a world record" reached between the Zeugma excavations in this area and a Belkis / Zeugma is located between those who make it to explore.