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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Pieces of skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, are seen as Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen (L) Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen (L) Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Pieces of skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, are seen as Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Pieces of skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, are seen as Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen (L) Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen (L) Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Pieces of skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, are seen as Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen (L) Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen (L) Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen (L) Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments at the site where skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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IZMIR, TURKEY - AUGUST 19: Pieces of skeletons unearthed from 2 necropolises called cemeteries in the ancient city of Pergamon, are seen as Protohistoric and Roman Archeology Specialist Prof. Dr. Wolf Rudiger Teegen Department of Protohistory and Roman Archeology at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and archeologists make investments in Izmir, Turkey on August 19, 2021. It was revealed that nearly 2,000 years ago, the people living in the region ate mainly carbohydrates and plants, rich people consumed more meat, and the most common dental and sinus diseases were encountered. Scientists from the German Archaeological Institute, Celal Bayar University, Berlin Technical University and Munich Ludwig Maximilians University are working in the ancient city of Bergama, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with the permission of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Lokman Ilhan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM