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Originally posted by Akragon
I was recently watching a documentary on Gobekli Tepe... which is an ancient Neolithic sanctuary discovered in 1994 by an old Kurdish shepherd in Turkey.
This site is apparently dated to around 12,000 years ago... which means it predates any known history of our species... So much for the 6000 year old earth theory...
While watching I noticed a bunch of stone carvings of animals... and some of them are rather strange to say the least...
Is it possible these are depictions of animals that haven't existed for thousands of years?
Heres a few more, plus we might even be seeing a depiction of what the people of the area looked like in this picture...
archaeologists working on the site say they've only uncovered about 5% of the area thus far, meaning there will be a lot more to come in the future from this discovery...
Personally I can't wait to see what else has yet to be found
Originally posted by skalla
reply to post by Akragon
humourous comment aside, no4 is from Catal Huyuk irrc, and in no5, the first, second and fourth are surely celtic, though the second may be norse.
edit on 24-4-2013 by skalla because: rtypod