We were reading a pretty cool article over at The Olive Oil Times today about an archaeological dig over in Turkey – they’ve found a 2,000 year old village that seems to have been extremely involved in producing olive oil. In fact, the archaeologists interviewed for the article have said that the village, called Lyrboton Kome, was a centre for olive oil production in the ancient world.

It sounds like once the excavation and studies are complete, they might turn the village into a tourist attraction – which we think would be pretty interesting to visit! You can read the article by clicking here.