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The 'Urfa Man'

The ‘Urfa Man’ in the garden of the old Urfa Museum (Copyright DAI, Photo I. Wagner).

The ‘Urfa Man’ in the garden of the old Urfa Museum (Copyright DAI, Photo I. 568 more words


Of animals and a headless man. Göbekli Tepe, Pillar 43

Addressing an earlier question from the comments, here is some more information on one of the most impressive pillars from Göbekli Tepe, Pillar 43 in Enclosure D. 445 more words


Pesky Purses: Whatever floats your boat

All photos courtesy of the Ancient Enthusiast unless otherwise specified

Where are they going, anyway?

While searching through almost 100 photos of pesky purses the… 1,196 more words

Lost History

Recent findings suggest lost knowledge and a lost civilization

Anatomical versions of humans have been around for 200,000 years. Recent findings of ancient megaliths suggest we have lost knowledge that previous cultures tried so hard to preserve. 765 more words

Pesky purses revisited

Last December I wrote a blog about Pillar 43 at Gobekli Tepe and equated “those pesky purses” found at the top with containers for lost knowledge and those holding them as knowledge bearers. 700 more words

Lost History

Graham Hancock and the Building of History

Have you ever felt as though you had been deceived by the very person you expected to trust the most? Many go searching for the hard answers, down the path researchers have gone for hundreds of years. 1,100 more words

Göbekli Tepe, a mysterious stone-age mountain sanctuary

Göbekli Tepe is an archeological site where a hilltop sanctuary was discovered in 1964, but that’s only when the hill was excavated in 1995 that archeologists realized the real importance of the site. 76 more words

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