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1 week ago

Göbekli Tepe

Happy Valentine's Day...

Lovers of Valdaro. 6000 years ago.

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Happy Valentines Day...

Lovers of Valdaro. 6000 years ago.

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è tutto vero: li hanno trovati mentre facevano strada e hanno fermato i lavori per 2 anni per estrapolare il blocco di calcare con gli amanti del neolitico.... Ora sono in un museo di Mantova

Who else’s legs are mixed in there? Thats a whole lot of tibias and fibulas for 2 people ...

Except this site is supposed to be about Gubekli Tepe..

sorry!

Makes me want to crank up the Marvin Gaye

Porelli!

Allah rahmet eylesin . Çok tatlı duruyorlar 🖤❤️

süper

Até que um arqueólogo os separe...

para el amor no hay edad!😍ja!

Aditi Chandra

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2 weeks ago

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I read in Graham Hancock's book Magicians of the Gods that there is another site like Gobleki Tepi in Turkey that has not been excavated at all! Hopefully it will be.

How do you get there if planning visit to Ankara

Have excavations recommenced?

I wonder how many people have read 'Tepe Telegrams', the ongoing account of excavations at the site by the archaeologists themselves? Google it, if you have difficulty.

Book through Eastern Turkey Tour, based in Van. They've been running tours there for over 10 years.

Dicle üniversitesi arkeoloji bölümü öğrecileriyle teknik gezi düzenlesek ziyaret edebiliyormuyuz mu? Göbekli Tepe

I would LOVE to see this!!

O pokrili ste, streha...super

saatleri ayarlama enstitusu.

They were burried on purpose

Ziyarete açılıp açılmadığını merak ediyorum ☺️

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3 weeks ago

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This animal doesn't exist today. It seems amid a dinosaur and a bird.

Temple built before the passing live...

Its clearly worn away by the wind and rain to look like that.

It’s a dead raccoon and some ducks.

Fascinating,whatever it is!

Rocket?

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1 month ago

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There are beautiful pyramids in Bosnia which must be investigated. They're the biggest and what's interesting about is that are made of finest concrete on earth and crystals. A huge chapter from our human history is missing.

No captions, no info, nor any on Instagram either, it seems.

is the hole in the center part of the original pillar and do other pillars have similar holes?

Like a bull, yes and there is a calf, down-right of the bull, i see

What catalog stone # and enclosure is this? It has Phi proportions like others I have inspected.

What kind of animal is it? A bull? It looks like a smaller one is on the bottom right corner. Is there a figure on top of it? Hard to tell?

Snap! I was just going to say that.

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1 month ago

Gilles Noel

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2 months ago

Amar Abijou

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Göbekli Tepe

Göbekli Tepe: The Creation of Civilization

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Göbekli Tepe: The Creation of Civilization

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We don't know that it was 'the creation of civilization'. There's too much still unknown to make a such a claim.It was constructed around the end of the younger dryas which could mean it actually marked the end of an earlier civilization. Structures like Gunung Padang may well be twice as old. Nobody is sure because there's still much to be uncovered.

Just can't accept the dating of this site

Modern peeps don't know what gobleki tepe is... just guesses. ONLY guesses.

At this point we only know about 0.001% of what Göbekli Tepe is/was. The only thing we know for sure, is that it is extremely old, and extremely out side of what we had previously assumed for that period. And this simple fact is huge. Humanity is finally quantitatively searching for it's origins, and we are finding out that what we thought we knew is almost entirely wrong. And as unsettling as that may be, it is the beginning of a more complete awareness.

Forget all that... I found out about Gobleki Tepe while researching ancient pottery on the web and was completely blown away by the art and artistry of the monoliths found there. I am drawn to primitive art, have always preferred archaic periods to more fussy baroque eras, and the art of Gobleki Tepe tops them all at this point.

Gobeklitepe vs Greek myth 🙂

Göbekli tepe !

The recreation of civilization.

Creation of Civilization? Savior or resurrection of civilization. At least that's what I think

Very cool picture!!

was it a ritual slaughterplace?

But who created who?

ha ha çok güzel ya <3

MUHTEŞEM...

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2 months ago

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Thats a male tiger!

I don't recognise this pillar. Which circle is it from?

2 months ago

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Unsure what ancient site was used for.... call it a temple! Yup. Must be some cult! I can't stand archaeologist's theories sometimes.

2 months ago

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This depicts child birth, I reckon.

Totally someone taking a dump look at the lines at the bottom lol graffiti is well old

I’ve seen ancient Australian Aboriginal work that is very very similar to this.

Why show us this, with no reference? Your page, and the worth of the discovery, becomes more dubious.

Craven Canyon.

Why do males always go to "taking a dump?" On what scientific research is that comment based? Or just basic crassness? What about menstrual or urinal flow? What about birth? Breech (feet first)...or placenta (post or previa)?

I would LOVE if the mushroom as a head was what was being depicted. I’m a huge proponent of such ideas. However, I would like to point out that when a head is tilted back as looking towards the sky or even further back, this is how the outline of the head would appear... that is just my own amateur thoughts

There may be some truth to the idea that the head and neck of the female is a mushroom. The spirit essence of the mushroom is, the one that arises from the earth. The signs that make up the mushroom form state, taken up to the arc of the sky in the east and in the west. The splayed legs of the female is the sign for giving birth. There are many examples of this sign world wide in ancient times. Thus it may be that it is the earth that if giving birth to what appear to be twin phalluses (twin males). One in the east and one in the west. In gesture signing the east is represented by the left side. The central T shaped pillars also have the same imagery on each thus the pillars are also great (relative size) twins. This an indirect reference to Venus as the twin that appears in the east and in the west.

Yo mama so old, she went to Gobekli Tepe High. Go Neolithics! 😆

POV and everything!

Uzaylılarla kafayı bozmuşlar dünya Amerika'dan ibaret değil

Mushroom head...psychedelic labor.

It's a mushroom hybrid

Doğum yapan kadın.

Impressive

Tom Jeffs

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3 months ago

Matteo d'Agostino

I will go to Sanliurfa next week_ DEC 7 and 8. Will it be possibile to visit the site? Do you have a name or a email of a local guide? Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Göbekli Tepe

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göbekli tepe

3 months ago

Alper Erdem

www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7bQw-x0_hIŞanlı Urfa’ya 22 km uzaklıkta olan ve günümüzden tam 12.000 yıl önce inşa edilmiş dünyanın ilk tapınağı Göbeklitepe, İnsanlık tarihinin şimdiye kadar bildiği... ... See MoreSee Less

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