a structure at gobekli tepe in turkey. these are the earliest buildings we know of, 12,000 years old. Excavations have been going on for over a decade, and less than 5% of this mammoth site has been uncovered.

Göbekli Tepe, is a hilltop sanctuary erected on the highest point of an elongated mountain ridge in southeastern Turkey. It is the most astonishing archaeological discovery in modern times and also thought to be the oldest advanced civilization on Earth.

Ancient Aliens - Proof of UFOs in the ancient past.  Artifacts and artwork from ancient civilizations depicting flying vehicles, alien beings and ancient technology.

Sky People: This ancient stone figure, found at the Mayan ruins in Tikal, Guatemala, resembles a modern-day astronaut in a space helmet.

Unbelievable Skeletons Unearthed From The Catacombs Of Rome

Today, Thames & Hudson publishes Paul Koudounaris' Heavenly Bodies: Cult Treasures and Spectacular Saints from the Catacombs. These skeletons were installed by the Catholic church in towns across Europe after an outbreak of literal iconoclasm (i.

ARKEOFİLİ /// Kısırlık 4.000 Yıl Önce Kayseri’de Teşhis Edildi

ARKEOFİLİ /// Kısırlık 4.000 Yıl Önce Kayseri’de Teşhis Edildi

The enormous Olmec helmeted heads. The Olmec are now recognized as the predecessors of the Maya and Aztec civilisations. Photograph taken in 1942.

The most recognized aspect of the Olmec civilization are the enormous helmeted heads. The Olmec are now recognized as the predecessors of the Maya and Aztec civilizations.

Exciting Greek Mosaics being exposed...in ancient city of Zeugma, Turkey.

Archaeologists Unearth Three Ancient Greek Mosaics in the Ongoing Excavation in Zeugma, Turkey

Workers clear a mosaic depicting the nine Muses. Archaeologists Unearth Three Ancient Greek Mosaics in the Ongoing Excavation in Zeugma, Turkey

Archaeologists have discovered 11,000-year-old beer-brewing troughs at Göbekli Tepe, Turkey. The site contains a kitchen with large troughs that could have held up to 42 gallons, or 160 liters, of liquid.

Archaeologists have discovered beer-brewing troughs at Göbekli Tepe, Turkey. The site contains a kitchen with large troughs that could have held up to 42 gallons, or 160 liters, of liquid.

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