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Gobekli Tepe Stonehenge DNA analysis indicating Early Brit

Gobekli Tepe Stonehenge DNA analysis indicating Early Brit



Gobekli Tepe & Stonehenge - DNA analysis indicating Early Britons Came from Turkey the cradle of

Gobekli Tepe

Gobekli Tepe (Turkey), found the “first human-made stone temple” at a southeast Turkey a dynamic sight still holding secrets that hopefully will come to ...

Stonehenge (Albo /Adobe Stock) and the reconstructed face of Whitehawk woman from the

Stonehenge secrets

The Mystery of Göbekli Tepe and Its Message to Us

Whitehawk Woman


12,000-year-old Gobekli Tepe: “first human-made pagan temple”

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Cheddar Man reconstruction

Arrival of Beaker folk changed Britain for ever, ancient DNA study shows

We propose that the earliest farming societies demographically resembled foragers and that only after regional gene flow and rising heterogeneity did the ...

Stonehenge and the Ice Age

Gobekli Tepe & Stonehenge - DNA analysis indicating Early Brit… | History Rewritten for the Epic Flood - Astronomical Evidence of Advanced Civilization ...

Ancient connections between Göbekli Tepe and Peru

The site at Gobekli Tepe, or "Potbelly Hill," on the Urfa plain in southeastern Turkey is believed by some to be the world's first place of worship.

And both have masks and seem to have the earliest skull cult evidence. ref, ref

The Vulture Stone, at Gobekli Tepe

Göbekli Tepe 12,000 years old T-shaped Pillars are not Alone (not Ancient Aliens)

Both were inspired by Eastern Hunter gathering shamans turning to the first paganists.

Ancient connections between Göbekli Tepe and Peru

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Ancient connections between Göbekli Tepe and Peru

Sign pointing the way to Gobekli Tepe (© Vincent J. Musi/National Geographic Society/Corbis)

Ancient connections between Göbekli Tepe and Peru

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A lion carved into a piece of a pillar (© Vincent J. Musi/National Geographic Society/Corbis)

Stonehenge Builders Were Immigrants From What is Now Turkey | Ancient Origins

Neolithic Europe

Mysterious death rituals at Göbekli Tepe Ancient Ruins, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient

Gobekli Tepe - Background: Architecture at Göbekli Tepe Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Ruins, Ancient

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Ancient connections between Göbekli Tepe and Peru

A megalithic tomb (dolmen) just below the summit of the Puig Rodó (1056

stonehenge face

Neolithic Gathering and Feasting at Gobekli Tepe, archaeology, Turkey Ancient Artefacts, Ancient Civilizations



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The Vulture Stone from Gobekli Tepe (left) which recorded a devastating comet strike (

Stonehenge, england.

Stonehenge is located in Wiltshire

... priests and craft workers, because they can't carry around all the extra supplies to feed them. Then here is Göbekli Tepe, and they obviously did that.”

Göbekli Tepe - Phallus

The Middle Neolithic Population Upheaval

BTW The Cycladic Aegean Civilization of Grotta is older than 3200 BC

Neolithic Revolution

Ancient city Turkey: World's First Temple Göbekli Tepe Stonehenge, Mysteries Of The World,

Gobekli Tepe: Rewriting the Fairy Tale of Human Evolution. "


PREDATING STONEHENGE BY YEARS. Göbekli Tepe: In southern Anatolia about years ago, groups of perhaps 500 hunter-gatherers worked together for many years at ...

Early history

STONE'S THROW Stonehenge mystery solved as DNA reveals distant origin of ancient builders as TURKEY

The Stonehenge bluestones, which may have been thought to have healing powers, were carried to the site from Wales-by boat or rafts along the Welsh coast, ...

the return of the Annunaki? Aliens And Ufos, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History,

Archaeology : The Essential Guide to Our Human Past - Paul Bahn

"Stonehenge was in the making for at least 400 years. The first phase was built around 3000 B.C." (Michael Freeman)

Stonehenge-and-the-Neolithic-Universe by Neil Wiseman

Neolithic farmers. (Out of the Woods)

Dancing inside the stones, 1984 Stonehenge Free Festival

This is as old as Gobekli Tepe. It has nothing to do with Beaker people. This is a reconstruction of the stone circles at Gobekli Tepe.

Prehistoric Europe

The dig at Stonehenge ended as it began, with a blessing from modern-day Druids (Michael Freeman)

While the structures are primarily temples, more recently smaller domestic buildings have been uncovered. Despite this, it is clear that the primary use of ...

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Map of Gobekli Tepe (Guilbert Gates)

Seventeenth-century depiction of Stonehenge from the Atlas van Loon

Figures depicted on the Vulture Stone may be the earliest representations of zodiacal and other constellations (including Cygnus).

Turkey temple

Compared to Stonehenge, Britain's most famous prehistoric site, they are humble affairs. None of the circles excavated (four out of an estimated 20) are ...

Intersection point just a few miles from Stonehenge!

Stonehenge 3 II (2600 BC to 2400 BC)

Des Johnston

Gobekli Tepe: The World's First Temple? Predating Stonehenge by years, Turkey's stunning Gobekli Tepe upends the conventional view of the rise of ...

Stonehenge Builders Were Immigrants From What is Now Turkey | Ancient Origins

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Göbekli Tepe is regarded as an archaeological discovery of the greatest importance since it profoundly changes our understanding of a crucial stage in the ...

... of Göbekli Tepe devoted enormous energy, time, and craft to construct and maintain these buildings. It has been estimated that hundreds of people would ...

Gobekli Tepe - one of the oldest megalithic sites - older than Stonehenge. It was

Is Ancient DNA Research Revealing New Truths — or Falling Into Old Traps?

With only a fraction of the site opened up after a decade of excavations, Gobekli Tepe's significance to the people who built it remains unclear.

Brandt et al. (2013): associated mtDNA groupings expand and retreat in European

Arrival of Beaker folk changed Britain for ever, ancient DNA study shows | Science | The Guardian

Block from Ollantaytambo with similar 'scoop' marks

Found Here: http://www.eurasianet.org/departments/insight/articles/eav041708a.shtml

The ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean before reaching Britain, a study has shown.

An early photograph of Stonehenge taken July 1877

Birds find the crosspiece lintels of Stonehenge an attractive place to perch.

An analysis of a skeleton of a young man found near Stonehenge and also near the remains of the "Amesbury Archer"-an injured traveler from the Swiss or ...

View from the Stones of Stenness (pictured) across to Ward Hill and Cuilags on

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