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In this article, we bring you ten of the most incredible images of Gobekli Tepe you have ever seen. Researchers have discovered that each of the pillars is decorated with incredibly carved depictions of animals and abstract symbols indicating cultural memory and a symbolic world which existed in society 12, years ago, even though mainstream.
Göbekli Tepe (Turkish for "Potbelly Hill") is an archaeological site about 12 km northeast of Şanlıurfa. The tell (artificial mound) is m in diameter and 15m tall. A team under archaeologist Klaus Schmidt have uncovered two phases of use, believed to be of a social or ritual /5(18).
Gobekli Tepe, Turkey Credit: Google Maps The site’s builders erected several concentric stone circles, setting into the walls massive T-shaped pillars that reached almost six meters in height, many of which were decorated with reliefs of animals and other motifs.
May 16, · The Göbekli Tepe complex in southeastern Anatolia, Turkey, is a 11,year-old stone structure that predates Stonehenge, according to a news release.
Göbekli Tepe is an archaeological site found in the southeast of Turkey. In modern times, it was rediscovered in during a survey conducted by Istanbul University and University of Chicago. The site has been partially excavated, mainly through the efforts of Klaus Schmidt working for the German Archaeological Institute.
Nov 14, · Gobekli Tepe is yet another archeological site that to some, defies consensus history of the human race. The site is located in modern-day Turkey containing the worlds oldest known megaliths, which baffle the minds of geophysical surveyors because they’re .
In the case of Gobekli Tepe, i believe it was the type of surrounding materials in the enclosures that led to the findings that it was back filled. no stratification and the fact that they did find organic materials at the bottom that had carbon dates of 12k years ago.
Göbekli Tepe is one of the world’s most significant, yet mysterious, archaeological sites. Between the tenth and eighth millennia B.C., people there erected a series of massive stone circles.