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Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, Tiu dikilitaşı, 57x21x9 cm, 2012

Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, Tiu dikilitaşı, 57x21x9 cm, 2012

Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, Tiu dikilitaşı, bronz, 50x18x14 cm, 2012

Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, Tiu dikilitaşı, bronz, 50x18x14 cm, 2012

Gobekli Tepe 12.000 anni fa...

Gobekli Tepe years old.

Gobekli Tepe. Located in Southern Turkey, is the oldest temple known to mankind.

Located in Southern Turkey, is the oldest temple known to mankind.

Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, Nevali Çöri, Yılanlı adam, bronz, 22x11x11 cm, 2012

Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, Nevali Çöri, Yılanlı adam, bronz, 22x11x11 cm, 2012

Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, bronz,  Kuo dikilitaşı, 47x19x7 cm, 2012

Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, bronz, Kuo dikilitaşı, 47x19x7 cm, 2012

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Gobekli-Tepe: Massive, ornate limestone pillars were carefully carved from a…

Göbekli Tepe stone carving

Gobeklitepe is a pre-historic site dating from roughly years ago, near Sanliurfa, Turkey. Read all about Gobeklitepe on this dedicated site.

Göbeklitepe/Turkey

Göbeklitepe/Turkey

Körtik Tepe, a new Pre-Pottery Neolithic A site in south-eastern Anatolia.  Tools of flint and obsidian connect the culture at Körtik Tepe with contemporaries among other Near East cultures, and show that it is one of the earliest manifestations of settled life. The indications so far are that it is one of the earliest sites in western Asia to develop a permanent settlement, complete with trade, art, food production, religious ritual and social complexity.

Körtik Tepe, a new Pre-Pottery Neolithic in south-eastern Anatolia ~ PPNA stone ritual objects with figures.

Hittite, tombstone, Maraş, Louvre Museum,Paris (Ekrem Akurgal) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Hittite, tombstone, Maraş, Louvre Museum,Paris (Ekrem Akurgal) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

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Easter Island Stones

Easter Island Stones actually have bodies unearthed in excavation. I thought it was a joke, but went to snopes and it's true. The mystery of how they got here and who made them still exists. Definitely want to visit Easter Island.

Türk Kozmolojisi / Türk Selçuklu metal plaka. 12-13.yy. Üstte bağdaş kurup oturmuş bir Türk Kağan, elinde Ant Kadehi..Diğer İkonografiler çok ilginç. Türk paganizmi ile bağlantılı figürler.

Türk Kozmolojisi / Türk Selçuklu metal plaka. 12-13.yy. Üstte bağdaş kurup oturmuş bir Türk Kağan, elinde Ant Kadehi..Diğer İkonografiler çok ilginç. Türk paganizmi ile bağlantılı figürler.

The haunting face of Nevali Çori - 45 km north-west of of Göbekli Tepe,an early Neolithic settlement Submerged in Attatürk Dam, Şanlıurfa Province, Southeastern Anatolia. The site is famous for having some of the world's oldest known temples and monumental sculpture. Together with the earlier site of Göbekli Tepe, it has revolutionised scientific understanding of the Eurasian Neolithic. photo: Vincent Musi/National Geographic

Nevali Cori - The free-standing anthropomorphic figures of limestone excavated at Nevali Cori belong to the earliest known life-size sculptures. Comparable material has been found at Göbekli Tepe.

Bronze de Nevalı Çori, site archéologique situé dans le sud-est Turquie, dans la vallée du Moyen Euphrate, dans la province de Şanlıurfa.débuts -8500 -8000 avant J.-C. Il a été exploré de 1983 à 1991 dans le cadre des fouilles de sauvetage de sites menacés. archives Erdinç Bakla

Bronze de Nevalı Çori, site archéologique situé dans le sud-est Turquie, dans la vallée du Moyen Euphrate, dans la province de Şanlıurfa.débuts -8500 -8000 avant J.-C. Il a été exploré de 1983 à 1991 dans le cadre des fouilles de sauvetage de sites menacés. archives Erdinç Bakla

Göbekli Tepe  Evidence for the existence of extra-terrestrial life?  Unexplained 12,000 year old underground city, in southeastern Turkey, is made of massive carved stones, crafted and arranged by prehistoric people who apparently had not yet developed metal tools or even pottery.

In southern Turkey, just north of the border with Syria, are three megalithic stone circles several thousand years older than the “first” stone circle built at Stonehenge - Gobekli Tepe

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