| FORUM | ARCHIVE |                    | TOTAL QUIZ RESULT |


  New Posts New Posts RSS Feed - 10000 BC Göbekli Tepe
  FAQ FAQ  Forum Search   Events   Register Register  Login Login


Welcome stranger, click here to read about some of the great benefits of registering for a free account with us and joining us in our global online community.


10000 BC Göbekli Tepe

 Post Reply Post Reply
Author
Guest View Drop Down
Guest Group
Guest Group
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guest Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: 10000 BC Göbekli Tepe
    Posted: 29 Jun 2012 at 23:36
Göbekli Tepe is the number one building of archaeology history where belief created of agriculture. It's thought that gT's history goes back 15000 years ago with unexcavated parts. (gÖbEkLi TePe : ThE fiRsT eVeR)

Göbekli Tepe Turkish: [ɡøbe̞kli te̞pɛ] ("Potbelly Hill") is a Neolithic (stone-age) hilltop sanctuary erected at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, some 15 kilometers (9 mi) northeast of the town of Şanlıurfa (formerly Urfa / Edessa). It is the oldest known human-made religious structure.The site was most likely erected by hunter-gatherers in the 10th millennium BCE (c. 12,000-15000 years ago) and has been under excavation since 1994 by German and Turkish archaeologists. Together with Nevalı Çori, it has revolutionized understanding of the Eurasian Neolithic.

Back to Top
Sponsored Links


Back to Top
literaryClarity View Drop Down
Colonel
Colonel
Avatar

Joined: 03 May 2014
Location: Texas
Status: Offline
Points: 686
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote literaryClarity Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Jul 2014 at 05:51
Civilization means cities, governance, surplus, trade, labor distribution, elite versus commoner, writing, state ritual, permanent institutions, etc.  I do not think history needs to be rewritten the discovery of Gobekliteppe.
http://hwyst.hangzhou.com.cn/wmyzh/content/2013-10/09/content_4920423.htm
Back to Top
Guest View Drop Down
Guest Group
Guest Group
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guest Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Jun 2015 at 20:23
I reconmend this good source:

Its in German, but its good imho
Back to Top
truthsetsfree View Drop Down
Earl
Earl


Joined: 30 May 2014
Location: bad New Zealand
Status: Offline
Points: 290
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote truthsetsfree Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Sep 2021 at 11:38

I have searched the bible to see whereabouts Gobekli Tepe would occur in a biblical view of world history and I can only see it could match either the time of Jacob's staying with Laban in Padan Aram, or else the time of Job, with the former looking more likely and the latter less likely. Though of course there is not necessarily any guarantee that Gobekli Tepe should need to be mentioned in the bible.

Here are the similarities with Jacob first. I may post the similarities with Job afterwards.

Jacob:
12 sons.
Gobekli Tepe:
"primarily male humans".
"12–24 people".
4 circular structures + 16 more.
"11 more major hills around Gobekli Tepe on a 100 km line around".
"7 circles".

Jacob:
"I have oxen, donkeys, flocks, male servants, and female servants" (Gen 32:5).
"had large flocks, female servants and male servants, and camels and donkeys" (Gen 30:43).
Jacob kept the sheep of Laban (Judith).
"three flocks of sheep."
"flock(s)", "sheep", "ewes", "rams", "lambs".
Gobekli Tepe:
wild sheep.
herds.

Jacob:
"livestock".
"I have oxen, donkeys, flocks, male servants, and female servants" (Gen 32:5).
Gobekli Tepe:
"herds of grazing animals".
"bulls".
aurochs.
cattle.

Jacob:
"I have oxen, donkeys, flocks, male servants, and female servants" (Gen 32:5).
Gobekli Tepe:
donkeys.

Jacob:
"goats"
Gobekli Tepe:
wild goat.

Jacob:
"Reuben went in the days of wheat harvest".
Gobekli Tepe:
"abundant wild cereals including wheat".
neolithic (agriculture).
No clear evidence of agricultural cultivation. Lack of agriculture.
"use of the hill for agricultural purposes since it ceased to operate" in the uppermost level of the three levels.
"The hill had long been under agricultural cultivation".
"abundant wild cereals".
They say built by hunter gatherers and seem to suggest hunting evidence in remains, but they say "no hunting" evidence in pictures?

Jacob:
"passed over the River".
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe is on the east side of the river Euphrates.

Jacob:
"Jacob took to himself rods of fresh poplar, almond, plane tree"
Gobekli Tepe:
"almond trees".
charcoal.

Jacob &/or Abraham's servant:
"a well in the field".
"in the gutters in the watering-troughs where the flocks came to drink" (Gen 30).
"For out of that well they watered the flocks."
"and water to wash his feet and the feet of the men who were with him."
"this spring of water."
"She went down to the spring, and drew."
"She hurried, and emptied her pitcher into the trough, and ran again to the well to draw."
"the spring of water."
"The stone on the well's mouth was large."
"they roll the stone from the well's mouth".
"rolled the stone from the well's mouth".
"They rolled the stone from the well's mouth, and watered the sheep, and put the stone again on the well's mouth in its place."
"outside the city by the well of water."
Gobekli Tepe:
"Archaeologists disagree on whether the site provided ready access to drinking water. Schmidt maintained that there was no access to water in the immediate vicinity, based on the fact that, whilst there are many karstic springs and small streams in the Germus, the closest today are several kilometres away. However, in the wetter climate of the time, the local water table may have been higher, activating springs closer to the site that are dormant today. Schmidt also noted the presence of several cisterns carved into the bedrock under the site, holding at least 150 cubic metres (5,300 cu ft) of water, and subsequent excavation has uncovered a possible rainwater harvesting system."
"With its mountains catching the rain and a calcareous, porous bedrock creating many springs, creeks, and rivers, the upper reaches of the Euphrates and Tigris was a refuge during the dry and cold Younger Dryas climatic event ...."
"There are four 10-metre-long (33 ft) and 20-centimetre-wide (7.9 in) channels on the southern part of the plateau".

Jacob:
animals (Gen 31:9).
Gobekli Tepe:
"wild animals".
"animal reliefs". "lions, boars, foxes", "snakes/serpents".
Strange animals.

Jacob:
Jacob erected his pillow as a pillar.
Jacob seems to match Khufu/Cheops who built the Great Pyramid.
Jacob set up a heap and a stone pillar.
"The stone on the well's mouth was large."
"they roll the stone from the well's mouth".
"rolled the stone from the well's mouth".
"They rolled the stone from the well's mouth, and watered the sheep, and put the stone again on the well's mouth in its place."
Gobekli Tepe:
"Turkish Stonehenge"
Neolithic (New Stone Age).
stone pillars, stone slabs, megaliths, quarries, stone-cut cisterns, grinding stones, stone benches, stone vessels, stone tools.

Jacob &/or Abraham's servant:
Jacob visited Laban in (Padan) Aram/"Syria"/"Mesopotamia". (Aramaeans had 4 corner square houses.)
Gobekli Tepe:
a square building in the neighbourhood, of which only the foundation is preserved."
"small rectangular buildings".
Gobekli Tepe is near the eastern north border of Syria/Aram, and near the north-west border of Iraq/Mesopotamia.

Jacob &/or Abraham's servant:
Jacob visited Laban in (Padan) Aram "table/plain of highlands" or "Syria" or "Mesopotamia".
Gobekli Tepe:
"plateau".
"With its mountains".
"pot-belly hill".
"Gobekli Tepe "Potbelly Hill" is a hilltop sanctuary erected at the top of a mountain ridge".

Jacob:
Jacob visited Laban who was in/nearby Haran/Harran.
"Jacob said to them 'My relatives, where are you from?' They said, 'We are from Haran.'"
"outside the city by the well of water."
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe overlooks the Harran/Haran plain, and is not far from Harran/Haran, Carrhae, Hallan Cemi, Halaf? Halab?
Suggested connection with Helwan.

Jacob &/or Abraham's servant:
Laban and Jacob feared Yhwh/God/El.
Bethel "house of God". Bethuel "house of God".
"teraphim/idols/gods".
Gobekli Tepe:
"religion".
"temple".
"Cathedral on a hill".
"it is a religious sanctuary".
"religious structure".

Jacob:
"the mountain" (Gen 31:25, 54).
Gobekli Tepe:
"Cathedral on a hill".
Gobekli Tepe means "(hill with a) (pot)belly/navel".
"Gobekli Tepe "Potbelly Hill" is a hilltop sanctuary erected at the top of a mountain ridge".

Jacob &/or Abraham's servant:
"Is there room in your father's house for us to lodge in?"
"We have ... room to lodge in."
"the house of my master's relatives."
"her mother's house".
"Come in, you blessed of Yahweh.  Why do you stand outside? For "I have prepared the house".
"The man came into the house".
"my father's house, and to my relatives".
"The daughters of the men of the city."
"brought him to his house."
"Now when will I provide for my own house also?"
"our father's house?"
"outside the city by the well of water."
"I have been in your house.
"the house of Bethuel".
"Jacob said to them 'My relatives, where are you from?' They said, 'We are from Haran.'"
Gobekli Tepe:
"city"
"7 circles".
4 circular structures + 16 more.
"11 more major hills around Gobekli Tepe on a 100 km line around".
"the work of quarrying, transporting, and erecting tons of heavy, monolithic, and almost universally well-prepared limestone pillars ... was not within the capability of a few people. ... moving the pillars alone must have involved hundreds of people. According to these experiments, one moai of similar size to a T-shaped pillar from Göbekli Tepe would have taken 20 people a year to carve, and 50–75 people a week to transport 15 km. Schmidt's team have also cited a 1917 account of the construction of a megalith on the Indonesian island of Nias, which took 525 people three days. These estimates underpin their interpretation that the site was built by a large, non-resident workforce.... According to other estimates, just 7–14 people could have moved the pillars using ropes and water or another lubricant, with techniques used to construct other monuments such as Stonehenge. Experiments on the site have suggested that all the PPNB structures currently exposed could have been built by 12–24 people .... These labour estimates are thought to be within the capability of a single extended family or village community in the Neolithic. They also match the number of people that could have comfortably been inside one of the buildings at the same time."
"These possibly are related to a square building in the neighbourhood, of which only the foundation is preserved."
"small rectangular buildings".
"suggested the structures served as large communal houses".

Jacob & Abraham's servant:
2-3 generations stories (2 stories of Abraham's servant visiting Bethuel/Laban, and Jacob visiting Laban).
Gobekli Tepe:
There are 2 layers excluding the 3rd uppermost layer.

Jacob &/or Abraham's servant:
clothing.
Gobekli Tepe:
clothing.

Jacob:
Laban was in "the land of the children of the east."
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe is in the Near/Middle East, is in Asia, is north north east of Israel/Palestine.

Jacob:
"Am I in God's place, who has withheld from you the fruit of the womb?"
Gobekli Tepe:
"three phallic depictions".
"(hill with a) (pot)belly/navel".
"a naked woman / Venus"? Mother earth goddess?

Jacob:
"the city of Nahor."
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe is not far from Aram Naharaim, Nairi, Nahur, Shinar, Nevali Cori.

Jacob:
"tent".
Gobekli Tepe:
nomadic.

Place of Abraham's ancestors (Ur Kasdim "Ur of the Chaldees? Haran?)
Gobekli Tepe:
Not far from Sanli Urfa, Urkesh/Urkish, Abu Hureiya, Urartu, Uru/Subartu?
Not far from Armenia/Urartu whose chief god was Haldi.
Gobekli Tepe is near eastern north border of Syria/Aram. (Chaldeans were Aramaean/Aramaic (Syriac).)

Jacob:
The story of Jacob visiting Laban in Aram is in the Hebrew/Israelite/Jewish Bible.
Gobekli Tepe:
On a map Gobekli Tepe is in cultural loop that includes Palestine/Israel.

Jacob:
His date is ca 1800s bc.
Gobekli Tepe:
Its date is supposedly 9676/9600/9500-8800/8000-7000-6749 bc or eary/middle/late 10th to early 9th millenia bc, but their dating methods are unreliable.
(Considering that Catal Huyuk's hunting/hunter and horns can't be pre-flood and seems to have some matches with Nimrod, then we must conclude that both Catal Huyuk's and Gobekli Tepe's dates are after Flood and Nimrod in biblical history.)

Back to Top
caldrail View Drop Down
Arch Duke
Arch Duke
Avatar

Joined: 21 Jan 2014
Location: Rushey Platt
Status: Offline
Points: 1566
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote caldrail Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Sep 2021 at 13:43
Quote Civilization means cities, governance, surplus, trade, labor distribution, elite versus commoner, writing, state ritual, permanent institutions, etc.  I do not think history needs to be rewritten the discovery of Gobekliteppe.
There are a few modern states that would fail that definition LOL

I did look up the word 'civilisation' on the web thinking I would find a neat quotable definition, but no, the concept is more ethereal than that. The agreed on factors are social organisation and urbanisation (which itself does not necessarily mean cities - it might simply be a few mud huts and still qualify). 
http://www.unrv.com/forum/blog/31-caldrails-blog/
Back to Top
truthsetsfree View Drop Down
Earl
Earl


Joined: 30 May 2014
Location: bad New Zealand
Status: Offline
Points: 290
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote truthsetsfree Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Oct 2021 at 11:10
I'll just post the Job & Gobekli Tepe similarities as well even though I am pretty skeptical/dubious about the Job match. Even if it is wrong there are interesting details about Gobekli Tepe that might be of use/interest, pus the Job details help show what similarities in those times and places there are.


Job:
"the land of Uz/Ausis" (meaning "fertile" or "wooded" or "take advice together, (to take) counsel/consult/plan").
Gobekli Tepe:
Not far from Gozan/Guzana/Gauzanitis, and Bit-Agusi.

Job:
"whose name was Job/Iyyob" (or Ayyub meaning "persecuted" or "howler" or Jobab/Yovav/Yowbab/Jebab "desert" or Jashub or similar to Jacob).
Gobekli Tepe:
Its name Gobekli Tepe is maybe similar (despite later different language and meaning).

Job:
"one who feared God."
"Job sent and sanctified them, and offered burnt offerings."
"Job offered burnt offerings."
"offer up for yourselves a burnt offering; and my servant Job shall pray for you."
"he prayed for his friends."
Gobekli Tepe:
"religion".
"temple".
"Cathedral on a hill".
"it is a religious sanctuary".

Job:
"7 sons".
Gobekli Tepe:
"primarily male humans".
"7 circles".

Job:
"3 daughters".
"3 sisters".
Gobekli Tepe:
"three phallic depictions".

Job:
"7 sons and 3 daughters" ( = 10 children, times two lots = 20).
Gobekli Tepe:
"12–24 people".
4 circular structures + 16 more.
"primarily male humans".
"11 more major hills around Gobekli Tepe on a 100 km line around".

Job:
"cattle".
"500 yoke of oxen".
"The oxen were plowing".
"1000 yoke of oxen".
"take to yourselves seven bulls".
Gobekli Tepe:
bulls.
cattle.
aurochs.
herds.

Job:
"7000 sheep".
"the sheep".
"14000 sheep".
"seven rams".
Gobekli Tepe:
wild sheep.
herds.

Job:
"500 female donkeys.
"the donkeys".
"a 1000 female donkeys".
"she-asses".
Gobekli Tepe:
donkeys.

Job:
"and a very great household".
"the servants".
"7 sons and 3 daughters" ( = 10 children).
"After this Job lived 140 years, and saw his sons, and his sons' sons, to 4 generations."
Then came there to him all his brothers, and all his sisters,
and all those who had been of his acquaintance before, and ate bread with him in his house. 
"Their father gave them an inheritance among their brothers."
Gobekli Tepe:
4 circular structures + 16 more.
"11 more major hills around Gobekli Tepe on a 100 km line around".
"city".
"the work of quarrying, transporting, and erecting tons of heavy, monolithic, and almost universally well-prepared limestone pillars ... was not within the capability of a few people. ... moving the pillars alone must have involved hundreds of people. According to these experiments, one moai of similar size to a T-shaped pillar from Göbekli Tepe would have taken 20 people a year to carve, and 50–75 people a week to transport 15 km. Schmidt's team have also cited a 1917 account of the construction of a megalith on the Indonesian island of Nias, which took 525 people three days. These estimates underpin their interpretation that the site was built by a large, non-resident workforce.... According to other estimates, just 7–14 people could have moved the pillars using ropes and water or another lubricant, with techniques used to construct other monuments such as Stonehenge. Experiments on the site have suggested that all the PPNB structures currently exposed could have been built by 12–24 people .... These labour estimates are thought to be within the capability of a single extended family or village community in the Neolithic. They also match the number of people that could have comfortably been inside one of the buildings at the same time."
"suggested the structures served as large communal houses".

Job:
His sons went and held a feast in the house of each one on his birthday.
Haven't you made a hedge around him, and around his house, and around all that he has, on every side?
their eldest brother's house,
Job's three friends each came from his own place.
Then came there to him all his brothers, and all his sisters,
and all those who had been of his acquaintance before, and ate bread with him in his house. 
Their father gave them an inheritance among their brothers.
Gobekli Tepe:
4 circular structures + 16 more.
"11 more major hills around Gobekli Tepe on a 100 km line around".
"city".
"the work of quarrying, transporting, and erecting tons of heavy, monolithic, and almost universally well-prepared limestone pillars ... was not within the capability of a few people. ... moving the pillars alone must have involved hundreds of people. According to these experiments, one moai of similar size to a T-shaped pillar from Göbekli Tepe would have taken 20 people a year to carve, and 50–75 people a week to transport 15 km. Schmidt's team have also cited a 1917 account of the construction of a megalith on the Indonesian island of Nias, which took 525 people three days. These estimates underpin their interpretation that the site was built by a large, non-resident workforce.... According to other estimates, just 7–14 people could have moved the pillars using ropes and water or another lubricant, with techniques used to construct other monuments such as Stonehenge. Experiments on the site have suggested that all the PPNB structures currently exposed could have been built by 12–24 people .... These labour estimates are thought to be within the capability of a single extended family or village community in the Neolithic. They also match the number of people that could have comfortably been inside one of the buildings at the same time."
"suggested the structures served as large communal houses".

Job:
"this man was the greatest of all the children of the east."
"extremely rich". "wealthy".
Gobekli Tepe:
"potbelly".

Job:
"this man was the greatest of all the children of the east."
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe is in the Near/Middle East, is in Asia, is north north east of Israel/Palestine.

Job:
"husbandry" (Septuagint version).
"The oxen were plowing".
"500 yoke of oxen".
Gobekli Tepe:
neolithic (agriculture).
No clear evidence of agricultural cultivation. Lack of agriculture.
"use of the hill for agricultural purposes since it ceased to operate" in the uppermost level of the three levels.
"The hill had long been under agricultural cultivation".
"abundant wild cereals".
They say built by hunter gatherers and seem to suggest hunting evidence in remains, but they say "no hunting" evidence in pictures?

Job:
"feast".
"to eat and to drink".
"feasting".
"eating and drinking".
"ate bread with him". 
Gobekli Tepe:
"Pot-belly".

Job:
"Now it happened on the day when the God's sons came to present themselves before Yahweh."
"Again it happened on the day when the God's sons came to present themselves before Yahweh."
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe seems to have been a sort of concentric geopolitical centre?
"(hill with a) (pot)belly/navel".

Job:
"Haven't you made a hedge around him, and around his house, and around all that he has, on every side?"
Gobekli Tepe:
"7 circles".
ring walls.
concentric ring.
"Turkish Stonehenge".
"11 more major hills around Gobekli Tepe on a 100 km line around".
"(hill with a) (pot)belly/navel".

Job:
"the Sabeans attacked."
Gobekli Tepe:
Sabians of Subartu/Uru where in around about the same area as Gobekli Tepe (ref R Lochore).
Subarians of Subartu where in around about the same area as Gobekli Tepe.

Job:
"Job offered burnt offerings."
"The fire of God has fallen from the sky, and has burned up the."
"he sat among the ashes."
"I repent in dust and ashes."
"offer up for yourselves a burnt offering."
Gobekli Tepe:
charcoal.

Job:
"The Kasdim/Chaldeans made three bands, and swept down."
Gobekli Tepe:
Kurds?
Urkesh/Urkish to the east?
Not far from Armenia/Urartu whose chief god was Haldi.
Gobekli Tepe is near eastern north border of Syria/Aram. (Chaldeans were Aramaean/Aramaic (Syriac).)

Job:
"there came a great wind from the wilderness, and struck the 4 corners of the house, and it fell on the young men".
Gobekli Tepe:
"These possibly are related to a square building in the neighbourhood, of which only the foundation is preserved."
"small rectangular buildings".
Deliberately covered with earth.
The burial of site, and the human sacrifice at another site.

Job:
"from the wilderness/desert".
Gobekli Tepe:
wild sheep.

Job:
"tore his robe".
"Naked I came out of my mother's womb, and naked shall I return there."
"they each tore his robe".
Gobekli Tepe:
clothing.

Job:
"Naked I came out of my mother's womb".
Gobekli Tepe:
"potbelly".
"a naked woman / Venus"?

Job:
"He took for himself a potsherd to scrape himself with".
Gobekli Tepe:
"pre-pottery neolithic" (just before pottery neolithic).
"pot belly".

Job:
Job's wife.
Gobekli Tepe:
"a naked woman / Venus"?

Job:
Eliphaz the Temanite.
Gobekli Tepe:
Not terribly far from Emar. (N & r interchange in Sumer-Akkadian. T- prefix?)

Job:
Bildad the Shuhite.
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe is roughly about same area as Subir/Subartu.
Maybe not far from Shuah (which seems to be near Mitanni, ref Hrozny)?

Job:
Minaeans/Naamathi(te). (Naamah was wife of Noah who is last seen in Ararat area. Compare Naaman the Aramean/Syrian.)
Gobekli Tepe:
There was a Minaea or Minyas or Mannai not too far away (both are in same north Mesopotamia &/or south Caucasia area).
Gobekli Tepe is not far from border of Syria/Aram, and not too far from Ararat.

Job:
"and sprinkled dust on their heads".
"I repent in dust and ashes".
Gobekli Tepe:
"near-dust bowl conditions"?

Job:
"the name of the 3rd, Keren Happuch".
Gobekli Tepe:
Karahan Tepe.

Job:
"After this Job lived 140 years, and saw his sons, and his sons' sons, to 4 generations."
Gobekli Tepe:
3 layers.

Job:
Job may have been in or near Aram/Syria since Uz is son of Aram.
Job's son has a 4 cornered house, and Aramaeans had 4-cornered square houses.
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe is near the eastern north border of Syria/Aram.
"These possibly are related to a square building in the neighbourhood, of which only the foundation is preserved.
small rectangular buildings".

Job:
Job was great with many possessions and then suffered all those things and then there was restored to him all he had lost.
Gobekli Tepe:
There are 2 layers excluding the 3rd uppermost layer.

Job:
Job might be Jobab son of Joktan.
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe is not far from Gozan.

Job:
Job might match Humbaba who was either Elamite or Syrian or Anatolian.
Gobekli Tepe:
Gobekli Tepe is in Turkey (Anatolia) and near the easter north border of Syria.
Gobekli Tepe might be connected Humbaba who was either Elamite or Syrian or Anatolian, and who was near the Euphrates.

Job:
Job is mentioned in the Hebrew/Israelite/Jewish Bible.
Gobekli Tepe:
On a map Gobekli Tepe is in cultural loop that includes Palestine/Israel.

Job & Gobekli Tepe:
Urfa not far from Gobekli Tepe has a traditional claim of being place of Job's ordeal.

Back to Top
truthsetsfree View Drop Down
Earl
Earl


Joined: 30 May 2014
Location: bad New Zealand
Status: Offline
Points: 290
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote truthsetsfree Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 Oct 2021 at 13:01

I just saw yesterday that there was a similar change from round huts or circular houses to square houses at early Jericho. So it at least confirms that Gobekli Tepe is between after the flood and sometime before Joshua. Not sure if the "no hunting" and being mostly before Catal Huyuk also might mean it is before Nimrod. But it is strange there is no agricuture since it must come after Cain, and after Noah planting a vine.

Back to Top
 Post Reply Post Reply
  Share Topic   

Forum Jump Forum Permissions View Drop Down

Forum Software by Web Wiz Forums® version 12.03
Copyright ©2001-2019 Web Wiz Ltd.

This page was generated in 0.117 seconds.