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Göbeklitepe- Urfa, 9600 BC (11.600 years ago)photography: Erdinç Bakla (2012)

Göbeklitepe- Urfa, 9600 BC (11.600 years ago)photography: Erdinç Bakla (2012)

Goddess figure found at Catal Höyük

Goddess figure found at Catal Höyük

Çatalhöyük, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük'te Ölüler Akbabaların Yemesi için Çatılara Konmuş Olabilir

Çatalhöyük'te Ölüler Akbabaların Yemesi için Çatılara Konmuş Olabilir

Çatalhöyük'te 9 bin yıllık resim

Çatalhöyük'te 9 bin yıllık resim

Çatalhöyük, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, seramik damga mührü, Konya Arkeoloji Müzesi, Ali Umut Türkcan (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, seramik damga mührü, Konya Arkeoloji Müzesi, Ali Umut Türkcan (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, Tapınak VI.A.66 duvar resmi. James Mellaart (Erdinc Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, Tapınak VI.A.66 duvar resmi. James Mellaart (Erdinc Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)


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ÇATALHÖYÜK / ÇUMRA / KONYA / TURKEY

ÇATALHÖYÜK / ÇUMRA / KONYA / TURKEY

Çatal Höyük (çatal is Turkish for “fork”, höyük for “mound”) was a very large Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlement in southern Anatolia, which existed from approximately 7500 B.C. to 5700 B.C. It is the largest and best-preserved Neolithic site found to date.

Anatolia – The Craddle of Civilization

Çatal Höyük (çatal is Turkish for “fork”, höyük for “mound”) was a very large Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlement in southern Anatolia, which existed from approximately 7500 B.C. to 5700 B.C. It is the largest and best-preserved Neolithic site found to date.

Çatalhöyük, Leopar Tapınağı VI.B.44, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, Leopar Tapınağı VI.B.44, James Mellaart (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Marble statuette of the twin goddesses, from Catalhoyuk.  First half of the 6th m. BC.  Height 17.2 cm

Marble statuette of the twin goddesses, from Catalhoyuk. First half of the 6th m. BC. Height 17.2 cm

Çatalhöyük evi aynı anda hem barınak, hem üretim alanı, hem tapınak, hem de mezarlıktı. [Çizim: De Agostini Picture Library]

Çatalhöyük evi aynı anda hem barınak, hem üretim alanı, hem tapınak, hem de mezarlıktı. [Çizim: De Agostini Picture Library]

Anatolia – The Craddle of Civilization « Cradle of Civilization

Anatolia – The Craddle of Civilization

Anatolia – The Craddle of Civilization « Cradle of Civilization

Figure 7. Small figurine found at Çatalhöyük in 2008. Photo: Jason Quinlan.

Figure 7. Small figurine found at Çatalhöyük in 2008. Photo: Jason Quinlan.

Cradle of Civilization. Çatal Höyük (çatal is Turkish for “fork”, höyük for “mound”) was a very large Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlement in southern Anatolia, which existed from approximately 7500 B.C. to 5700 B.C. It is the largest and best-preserved Neolithic site found to date.

Anatolia – The Craddle of Civilization

Cradle of Civilization. Çatal Höyük (çatal is Turkish for “fork”, höyük for “mound”) was a very large Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlement in southern Anatolia, which existed from approximately 7500 B.C. to 5700 B.C. It is the largest and best-preserved Neolithic site found to date.

Anatolia – The Craddle of Civilization Çatalhöyük and Boncuklu Höyük, with very similar artifacts found at both sites, cannot be thought of separately, according to Baird, whose team thinks the people of Boncuklu Höyük preceded those in Çatalhöyük by 2,000 years.Boncuklu Höyük is thought to have been a temporary settlement for nomadic tribes used for brief stays during the course of their journeys. In other words, they are the ancestors of Çatalhöyük.

Anatolia – The Craddle of Civilization

Anatolia – The Craddle of Civilization Çatalhöyük and Boncuklu Höyük, with very similar artifacts found at both sites, cannot be thought of separately, according to Baird, whose team thinks the people of Boncuklu Höyük preceded those in Çatalhöyük by 2,000 years.Boncuklu Höyük is thought to have been a temporary settlement for nomadic tribes used for brief stays during the course of their journeys. In other words, they are the ancestors of Çatalhöyük.

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