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He's also done some "limited" carbon dating himself that he says confirms his estimate.
One thing that makes the carved stones at Göbekli Tepe interesting is that the standing stones seem to have been deliberately buried around 8200 BCE.
Good for them, but that might tell us more about these modern speculators than about the ancient people who put these monuments here.
The tallest columns are 16 feet high and, according to Schmidt, weigh between seven and ten tons.
He has examined more than 100,000 bone fragments from Göbekli Tepe. Most of the bones have been gazelle bones, but he's also identified boar, sheep, red deer, vultures, cranes, ducks, and geese. He thinks Göbekli Tepe was abandoned because the people “did not need it anymore.
Now they are farmers and they find new expressions of their religious beliefs.” Yes, and maybe the aliens had a thing about erections and nasty animals.
in Turkish) is an archaeological find six miles from Urfa, an ancient city in southeastern Turkey.
Some locals claim Urfa is the birthplace of Biblical characters Abraham and Job.