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Temple Complex In Turkey Rewrites Human History

Göbekli Tepe Dating back to the end of the last ice age 000 years ago), the recently discovered temple complex in south-eastern Turkey has been call.

Göbeklitepe (Anatolia, Turkey) is the oldest human-made site of worship yet discovered. It is so old that it predates the history of settled human life. It is pre-pottery, pre-writing, pre-everything. The temple complex predates (9,000 years before) the Pyramids of Giza and (6,000 years before) Stonehenge.

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Göbeklitepe is the oldest human-made site of worship yet discovered. It is so old that it predates the history of settled human life. It is pre-pottery, pre-writing, pre-everything. The Gobeklitepe temple complex predates years the Pyramids of Giza

Before Stonehenge | National Geographic Magazine

Ness of Brodgar - Discovered little more than a decade ago, this mysterious temple complex is now believed to be the epicenter of what was once a vast ritualistic landscape.

Mnajdra Megalithic temple complex, Malta. c. 3600-3200 BCE (This seems to have the sanctum, inner court, outer court pattern of many later temples in sundry cultures)

Neolithic Temples on Malta and Gozo were built 1000 years before the Pyramids, and are the oldest stone buildings in the world. The construction demonstrates a mastery of quarrying, stone working, and engraving techniques.

Gobekli Tepe aerial view.    Photo: http://gobeklitepe.info.tr/ http://twitter.com/gobeklitepe

Gobekli Tepe, the world’s oldest known temple, dates back more than years and is located near the ancient city of Şanlıurfa. Göbekli Tepe is an early Neolithic sanctuary located at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia.

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Gobekli Tepe - The worlds oldest temple. Carbon dated to just after the last ice age. In Urfa - Turkey

Gobekli Tepe: Fantastic New Photos Of 11,000 Year Old Temple Complex, The Oldest Known

A mysterious limestone 'totem-pole' representing a child and other animal and anthopomorphic figures, coming from Göbekli Tepe, south-eastern Turkey.

Göbekli Tepe, the oldest temple on earth. Stonehenge was built about 4000 years ago. Egypt's Pyramids started around 4700 years ago. Gobekli Tepe is 12,000 years old! Located in eastern Turkey, not far from the Euphrates.

Gobekli Tepe, the oldest temple on earth. Stonehenge was built about 4000 years ago. Egypt's Pyramids started around 4700 years ago. Gobekli Tepe is years old! Located in eastern Turkey, not far from the Euphrates. Interesting …need to read about this!

Gobekli Tepe: Fantastic New Photos Of 11,000 Year Old Temple Complex, The Oldest Known  As there is little or no evidence of habitation, and the animals pictured are mainly predators, the stones may have been intended to stave off evils through some form of magic representation. Alternatively, they could have served as totems.   About 20 of these large oval and circular rooms have been found with diameters of about 30 meters

Göbekli Tepe ( "Potbelly Hill") is an archaeological site at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. It's over yrs old ties with Puma Punku as the oldest archeological site unearthed.

Gobekli Tepe , Turkey- one of the oldest archeological sites on earth

Is Gobekli Tepe Where Civilization Began?

Gobekli Tepe stone bags and the Sumerian connection. One of the oldest archeological sites on earth = Note the rows of hand baskets or containers at the top of carvings!

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