The haunting face of Nevali Çori - 45 km north-west of of Göbekli Tepe,an early Neolithic settlement Submerged in Attatürk Dam, Şanlıurfa Province, Southeastern Anatolia. The site is famous for having some of the world's oldest known temples and monumental sculpture. Together with the earlier site of Göbekli Tepe, it has revolutionised scientific understanding of the Eurasian Neolithic. photo: Vincent Musi/National Geographic
'The Venus of Monruz' or 'The Venus of Neuchâtel' -- Magdalenian Era -- Circa 11,000-9000 BCE -- Medium: Jet -- Height: 18 cm -- Excavated in 1991 at the construction of the N5 highway, at Monruz in the municipality of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
Terracotta warriors depicting the army of Shi Huang Di, the First Emperor of China. This particular sculpture is known as the "Lucky One" as it was the only warrior excavated that was found to be completely intact.
MessageToEagle.com – These remarkable statues with over-seized eyes raise some very intriguing questions? Why have no similar eye idols been found in any other region? Who were these strange beings with huge staring eyes? The eye idols of Tell Brak have no parallels, in either Syria or Mesopotamia and they could help us answer important questions of …
mini-girlz: Göbekli Tepe Figurine ca 12000 - 6000 BC Figurine found near Göbekli Tepe a hilltop sanctuary erected on the highest point of an elongated mountain ridge some 15 km northeast of the town of Şanlıurfa, in southeastern Turkey and 500 miles away from Istanbul, Turkey. It is the most astonishing archaeological discovery in modern times and also thought to be the oldest advanced civilization on Earth. via > visioninconsciousness.org