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The Shining Ones: Chapter 5 – searching for the roots of civilisation...

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Ethne snuggled into her insulated down jacket and listened to the reassuring purr of the twin propellers. She had the plane to herself, aside from the two pilots squeezed into the cockpit. 2,828 more words

Writing

Nephilim, ancient civilizations and aliens

4 The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went to the daughters of humans and had children by them. 392 more words

Genesis

Before Adam and Eve, there was Gobekli Tepe

We discuss a lot of topics related to the Bible. Some people even believe the Bible to be a literal record of complete history. They think that if something isn’t in the Bible, that it didn’t happen. 424 more words

Gobekli Tepe

How many scientists does it take to make a stone speak? Research into plant food at Göbekli Tepe

The reason I haven’t posted so much in the last months was because the start of the project „Plant Food Management at Early Neolithic Göbekli Tepe“ was requesting a lot of preparations, which left me with few time for blog contributions (I’m tweeting my research step by step, though, under: @laura_dtrich). 984 more words

Göbekli Tepe

Historic Findings: Ancient Cultures of Anatolia

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Monumental god heads on mount Nemrut, Turkey

Julia Gresky has found evidence of a kind of skull cult at Göbekli Tepe, an archaeological site in Central Turkey which shows that sophisticated humans existed farther into the past then assumed. 572 more words

History

A Short Note on a New Figurine Type from Göbekli Tepe

This text has been published originally (and in slightly different form) as a short contribution by Oliver Dietrich and Klaus Schmidt (†) in Neo-Lithics  1/17, 43-46. 2,287 more words

From The Desk

Beginning social complexity during the Early Neolithic of Upper Mesopotamia: a view from Göbekli Tepe

This is the English version of a text published by Oliver Dietrich and Jens Notroff in the latest issue of Aktüel Arkeoloji [external link… 3,577 more words

From The Desk