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Turkeys Ancient Sanctuary Anthropology t Archaeology


Gobekli Tepe

Gobekli Tepe, Turkey 8,000 year old site recently unearthed.

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Pillar 43 from Gobekli Tepe in Turkey shows three 'handbag' carvings along the top.

Gobekli Tepe - Sometimes referred to as the first temple or oldest temple, Göbekli Tepe is a sanctuary built on a hilltop in southeastern Turkey.

T-shaped pillar with animal carving, 11,000 year old Gobekli Tepe, Turkey. What baffles archeologists most is that many pillars depict animals that were ...

Göbekli Tepe

The megaliths at Göbekli Tepe were erected by hunter-gatherers around 9000 B.C.

The complex includes both Christian and Mithraic places of worship, a huge castle, underground

Enclosure C, Göbekli Tepe, Turkey. Estimated to be 17000 years old from carbon dating which ties it with Puma Punku for oldest archeological sites ever ...

Gobekli Tepe, Turkey Trek level: Moderate Best time to visit: March to May; September to November Highlights: Gobekli Tepe, The Abraham Path

Tlos antik kenti/Fethiye/Muğla/// Bölgenin en yüksek dağları olan Akdağlar'ın (Kragos) sarp batı yamaçlarında başlayan antik yerleşim, Eşen Nehri'nin ...

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Stone reliefs found at Göbekli Tepe

Outstanding Universal Value

South Shelter (Photo by Jason Quinlan)

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South Area Excavation - 2015 Beginning

Excavation Around Building 43

Basalt stele revealed during excavations in Southeast Turkey

Labraunda, where you see archaeologists at work

Megalithic Head -- 1st Century BCE -- Commagene Culture -- Mt. Nemrut, Turkey

Opening Up South Shelter 2015

Turkey, Gobekli Tepe. Lion pillar, 9th millennium bc.

NEOLITHIC TEMPLE: Göbekli Tepe ("Potbelly Hill") is an early Neolithic sanctuary located at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region ...


The Real Way Ancient Priests Sacrificed Animals at the Roman 'Gate to Hell'

Gobekli Tepe, Turkey. Estimated age ~12,000 years-old. 5% of site excavated at present.

Excavation in South Area

Central Pillars of Enclosure B. Göbekli Tepe Archeology Site, Turkey

Archaeologists uncover underground church with scenes of the damned in Turkey | Ancient Origins

A trepannated skull from Neolithic period

Resurrecting the ancient city of Laodicea

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Ancient Site of Gobekli Tepe in SanliUrfa, Turkey (Göbeklitepe The Oldest Temple of the

Five sculptures of gods and goddesses have been found in the sanctuary of Mēn Askaenos in the ancient city of Pisidia Antiokheia in Turkey.

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Gobekli Tepe | Mysteries of Turkey | Unknown Artifacts | Archaeological Mysteries

Archaeologically categorized as a site of the pre-pottery Neolithic A Period (c.

Temple of Aphrodite, Aphrodisias, Turkey. The name of the town suggests that the


The ancient dog cemetery in Ashkelon, dating to about 2,500 years ago, at which at least 1,400 graves of individual dogs have been discovered.

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Response To An Archaeologist At Göbekli Tepe


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Temple of Aphrodite, Aphrodisias, Turkey. The name of the town suggests that the

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Archaeologists excavating in Yassitepe, Turkey have unearthed a Greek settlement consisting of luxurious houses.


This article provides details about the archaeological site of Gobekli Tepe in Turkey. Moreover, the story suggests that Gobekli Tepe may be the place where ...

Labraunda, where you see archaeologists at work

Pillar with a reptile sculpture, Göbeklitepe (The oldest known temple of mankind), Turkey - Berthold Steinhilber Photography

Divers and marine archaeologists used high-resolution sonar systems to survey the ancient sea route

A man tore down a wall in his home and found an ancient network of tunnels

Turkey...These troglodyte cave-cities were excavated as early as Hittite times

Trojan horse from the movie

Carved Human Skulls Reveal Cultic Rituals at Mysterious Site in Turkey

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Portal found buried in the floor of the temple (© Vincent J. Musi/National Geographic Society/Corbis)

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Hattusa, Turkey

Temple of Aphrodite, Aphrodisias, Turkey. The name of the town suggests that the

Pillar with carvings that may represent priestly dancers (© Vincent J. Musi/National Geographic Society/Corbis)

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South Area Excavation - 2015 Beginning

Temple of Aphrodite, Ahprodisias, Turkey. The name of the town suggests that the

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Hirbat Midras, in Adullam Grove Nature Reserve in Israel, part of what geologist Dr

John Hale, local resident Fettah Anli, Matthias Zeithoffler, Jelle de Boer (left

Two thousand years later, visitors should still be wary of Pluto's ...

Other findings discovered at the site, such as elegant pottery, clearly show that the

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Göbekli Tepe, southeastern Turkey, 2007 (Photo: O. Dietrich).

Two of the frescoes from the church, which is in a region of 200 underground


Twelve Hittite gods of the Underworld in the nearby Yazılıkaya, a sanctuary of Hattusa (CC BY-SA 2.5)

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