Thursday, September 17, 2015

First Pictorial Representation Of Göbekli Tepe Found - NEW DISCOVERY

A tiny bone plaque in Sanliurfa museum holds the key to the orientation of 11,500 year-old temple complex. See it for yourself on this exclusive tour in May 2016: New article by Andrew Collins here: The bone plaque was found during routine excavations at the 11,500-year-old site of Göbekli Tepe in southeast Turkey, but no one had recognised exactly what the carved lines on the small bone plaque showed. That was until Matthew Smith, a British telecommunications consultant living in Qatar, visited Sanliurfa’s new archaeology museum with Megalithomania and Andrew Collins, just 8 miles (13 kilometres) away from Göbekli Tepe itself. He saw something that everyone else had missed, and this was that the little plaque – just 6 cm by 2.5 cm in size, and no more than 3-4 mm in thickness – bore on its upper surface two T-shaped features like the T-shaped pillars found in profusion at the site.

Origins Conference, London, 7th November 2015 with speakers Graham Hancock, Andrew Collins, Jim Vieira, Lynn Picknett, Danny Hilman and Hugh Newman. Details here:

Visit Göbekli Tepe in southeast Turkey, and  Sanliurfa’s new archaeology museum yourself - with Andrew Collins, Hugh Newman, and special guest from Peru, Brien Foerster, to see this fascinating new discovery for yourself -

Filmed on Megalithomania's 'Origins of Civlization Tour'.

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