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Ep. 325 FADE to BLACK Jimmy Church w/ Andrew Collins, Gobekli Tepe, LIVE on air

Published on Oct 4, 2015

Andrew Collins joins us live from the UK and we have a full Gobekli Tepe evening on the show…we cover the breaking story about the discovery of a small bone that depicts the T-pillars and what it means…also discussed is the history, what the site possibly was and his last trip there. 18 more words

neticeninde, Şanlıurfa’ya 10

Google da Şanlıurfa Göbekli Tepe yazdığınızda sırasıyla şu şekilde sonuçlar alacaksınız…

Şanlıurfa göbekli tepe dünyanın en eski yerleşiminin Türkiye’de Urfa civarında olduğunun kanıtıdır.. hatta mısır piramitlerinden bile daha eski olduguna inanılan… 914 more words


Published on Sep 22, 2015

Kerry goes live on Google Hangouts to share pics and film footage of her trip to Gobekli Tepe a site in Southern Turkey thought to be 12,000 years old. 9 more words

First Pictorial Representation of Gobekli Tepe Found

Source: First Pictorial Representation of Gobekli Tepe Found

17 September, 2015 – 01:27 ancient-origins

First Pictorial Representation of Gobekli Tepe Found

A tiny bone plaque in Sanliurfa museum holds the key to the orientation of the 11,500 year-old temple complex. 1,499 more words

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