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An early temple area in southeastern Turkey at Göbekli Tepe dated to 10000 BCE may be regarded as the beginning of the Neolithic 1. This site was developed .
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Çatalhöyük Research Project
Dec 16, 2011 . This Web site is designed for those interested in the ongoing excavations at Çatalhöyük, Turkey. . The Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük was first discovered in the late 1950s and excavated by James Mellaart between 1961 and .
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It is likely the megaliths at the Neolithic site of Göbekli Tepe in Turkey once supported roofs. Archaeologists have found floors constructed of burnt lime and clay .
4.Mesai dışı hasta kabulu başlamıştır;
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To name some important Neolithic sites in Asia Minor; . Central Turkey is the most advanced among all, but Cayonu in the Eastern turkey goes back to around .
Prehistoric times in Anatolia, Turkey. . Neolithic Age ( 8000 BC - 5000 BC ) . Anatolia once again gives the most comprehensive sites in the world for this age .
Turkish Archaeological Sites - Archaeological Sites in Turkey
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The Mystery Behind the Deliberate Burial of Three Ancient ...
The vultures depicted at Göbekli Tepe and other Pre Pottery Neolithic sites in SE Turkey and northern Syria may not be vultures per se, but shamanic 'birdmen' .
Turkey: Archeological Dig Reshaping Human History - The Daily Beast
Feb 18, 2010 . A temple complex in Turkey that predates even the pyramids is . Hodderwho has spent decades on rival Neolithic sitessays: "Many .
Neolithic Site in Eastern Turkey Hints at Birth of Agriculture ...
High atop the Anatolian Plain near the border with Syria a rare archaeological site may be revealing new clues to the origins of human farming.
9. Acil kliniklerimizde; kaza sonucu oluşan
TURKEY: Gobekli Tepe - Wikipedia
The site, currently undergoing excavation by German and Turkish . with the site of Neval? Çori, it has revolutionised the understanding of the Eurasian Neolithic.
Stone Pages Archaeo News: Turkish site a Neolithic 'supernova'
Apr 26, 2008 . Turkish site a Neolithic 'supernova'. Klaus Schmidt, a member of the German Archaeological Institute, has found in Turkey a temple complex .