Started by drunkenshoe, December 01, 2020, 04:54:25 AM
QuoteGoogle â€œWorldâ€™s oldest templeâ€ (go ahead, weâ€™ll wait) and the #1 answer is the famous GÃ¶bekli Tepe (GÃ¶beklitepe) in southern Turkey, believed to have been built 11,000â€"12,000 years ago as a place to worship the dog star, Sirius. Loaded with T-shaped carved stone pillars, it predates Stonehenge by 6,000 years and puts Utahâ€™s sole monolith to shame. Unfortunately for fans of the GÃ¶bekli Tepe, it may soon be knocked down to #2 with the announcement that the Karahan Tepe or Karahantepe in Turkeyâ€™s southeastern ÅžanlÄ±urfa province contains hundreds of statues and artifacts that initially appear to predate GÃ¶bekli Tepe. Can GÃ¶bekli Tepe fans demand a recount? ...
Quote from: drunkenshoe on December 01, 2020, 04:54:25 AMEdited. Found a better source. Karahan Tepe Is Probably Older Than Gobekli Tepehttps://collective-spark.xyz/karahan-tepe-is-probably-older-than-gobekli-tepe/Also this which sounds too certain. https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/karahan-tepe-0014605
Quote from: Shiranu on December 01, 2020, 05:38:05 AMI think human history is far more interesting than "mainstream" academia cares to admit, though more and more it's shifting to realise that they don't actually know everything and there is so much more to learn.