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Göbekli Tepe : Mysterious Gobekli Tepe - The world's oldest temple. Carbon dated to just after the last ice age. In Urfa - Turkey Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Site Archéologique, Art Ancien, By Any Means Necessary, Mysterious Places, Mystery Of History, Archaeological Site

Part 1: Mysterious 12,000-Year-Old Gobekli Tepe

“What was so important to these early people that they gathered to build (and bury) the stone rings? The gulf that separates us from Gobekli Tepe's builders is almost unimaginable.” - Smithsonian Reporter Andrew Curry [caption id=

Ancient Mind Blowing Locations Gobekli Tepe, Turkey year old site recently unearthed.Gobekli Tepe, Turkey year old site recently unearthed. Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, Statue Art, Archaeological Finds

23 Ancient Mind Blowing Locations | Science and Technology | Before It's News

Plain of Jars The Plain of is a megalithic archaeological landscape in Laos. Scattered in the landscape of the Xieng Khouang plateau, Xieng Khouang, Lao PDR, are thousands of megalithic jars. These stone jars appear in clusters, ranging from a single or a few to several hundred jars at lower

Chauvet Cave, the oldest known cave art in Europe Chauvet, engraving of an owl. The paintings there are the oldest known, carbon-dated to approximately years ago, almost twice the age of the Lascaux cave paintings.­­­ The dates have been a matt Lascaux Cave Paintings, Chauvet Cave, Art Pariétal, Owl Art, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Art History, Paleolithic Art

Chauvet Cave, the 2nd oldest known cave art in Europe

The oldest known cave art in Europe is the Chauvet Cave in France.

Gobekli Tepe Gobekli Tepe- An ancient site, dating 12 000 years B. This out dates the pyramids, and the stonehenge and is now the oldest monumental structure known to. Stonehenge, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Archaeological Discoveries, Archaeological Finds, Alien Theories, Empire Ottoman, Site Archéologique

The 25 Most Mysterious Archaeological Finds on Earth

These finds have stumped scientists and captured imaginations.

Göbekli Tepe Evidence for the existence of extra-terrestrial life? Unexplained year old underground city, in southeastern Turkey, is made of massive carved stones, crafted and arranged by prehistoric people who apparently had not yet developed met Ancient Ruins, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, American History, Stonehenge

12 of the World’s Most Mysterious Monuments & Ruins

Marvels of engineering, vanishing civilizations and a granite guide to post-apocalyptic survival: these 12 monuments and ruins are mysterious and strange.

20 Most Fascinating Prehistoric Cave Paintings (cave paintings, lascaux cave paintings, altamira cave paintings) - ODDEE Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art History, Lascaux Cave Paintings, Paleolithic Art, Art Antique, Tempera, Painting For Kids, Oeuvre D'art

Altamira Cave Paintings. Upper Paleolithic paintings of animals such as wisent (European bison) and horses cover the low cave ceiling. It was discovered, by modern man at least, in 1880 and was the first example of prehistoric art ever discovered. It changed the views on our ancestors dramatically.

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Lascaux. As the art critic John Berger once said of these painters, they appear to have had "grace from the start." Picasso was even more awestruck. "We have invented nothing," he remarked, after a visit to Lascaux in 1940 to inspect the handiwork of his Stone Age predecessors.

Silver vessel in the form of a horse's head, Achaemenid, ca. century B. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Horn, Achaemenid, Ancient Persian, Iranian Art, Shell, Weird Art, Equine Art

Vessel in the form of a horse's head | Achaemenid | Achaemenid | The Met

Said to be found in Mazanderan, Iran (A. Pope, "Ancient Persian Art: Animal sculpture in gold and electron", ILN, March 2, 1935, p. I, lower figure); probably between 1930 and 1935, acquired by Thomas Lavington Jacks, Tehran; 1938, purchased by Joseph Brummer from Thomas Lavington Jacks, London; 1947, acquired by the Museum, purchased from the estate of Joseph Brummer, New York

The Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave, discovered near the Gorges de l’Ardèche (Southern France) in is now considered by archaeologists to be one of the most significant prehistoric art sites in the. Ancient Ruins, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Egypt, Chauvet Cave, Lascaux, Tempera, Fresco

Chauvet Caves. A string of three chambers, 1,700 feet long, as well as one connecting gallery and three vestibules, are all covered with masterworks breathtaking in their use of perspective (as in overlapping mammoths) and shading, techniques that were supposedly not invented until millennia later. One animal, probably a bison, is composed of nothing but red dots.

Gobekli Tepe in Turkey. This is the oldest man made structure that was recently discovered. It is primordial. The pillars are made of limestone and having carvings of abstract designs and animals.It has been dated to the BCE. Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Site Archéologique, Different Birds, Semitic Languages, Archaeological Site, Ancient Civilizations

Top 10 Ancient Religious Sites - Listverse

Whether you are religious or not; it must be accepted that religion has been with us for a very long time. Some of the most monumental structures ever made have had religious functions. Even today it is possible to be moved by the ruins of at these sites even though the people who made them, and sometimes the gods they were raised to, have disappeared. Here I present ten of the most important ancient religious sites. Pop in the comments any you think I should have included.