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Göbekli Tepe, Anlage H.

re-written history of the world in Turkiye.

Predating Stonehenge by years, Turkey’s stunning Gobekli Tepe upends the conventional view of the rise of civilization

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Current state of research at Göbekli Tepe – interviewed by arkeofili.com

Aerial plan of Gobekli Tepe The megalithic precincts at Göbekli Tepe served different capacities over the near two millennia (or more) of their use.  The circles were not coterminous, but were built successively over this extended period. The enclosures excavated thus far are arranged in calendar-like circle structures made up of nearly 12 sculptured pillars, with two offset T-shape pillars dominating each circle at the centre.

The megalithic precincts at Göbekli Tepe served different capacities over the near two millennia (or more) of their use. The circles were not coterminous, but were built successively over this e

Gobekli Tepe

View Stock Photo of A Pillar With A Goitred Gazelle And Asiatic Wild Ass Stands At Gobekli Tepe.

göbekli tepe | GÖBEKLI TEPE, TURQUÍA (Imágenes)

On a limestone bowl from Nevali Cori, two figures dance with an animal. (Neolithic settlement Southeastern Anatolia, Turkey, not far from the earlier Göbekli Tepe.

Göbekli Tepe ("Potbelly Hill") is an early Neolithic sanctuary located at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, northeast of the town of Şanlıurfa (formerly Urfa / Edessa). It includes massive stones carved about 11,000 years ago by people who had not yet developed metal tools or pottery. A survey noted a large number of flints & the presence of limestone slabs thought to be grave markers.

One of the recent discoveries at Gobbleki Tepe.

Grandi anelli di pietra noti finora soltanto a Gobekli Tepe. La loro funzione è ancora del tutto sconosciuta.

Large stone rings known so far only in Gobekli Tepe. Their function is still completely unknown, but the shape of the inner ring is that of the head of the God Bes, and the Hathors in Egypt. Research is ongoing.

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