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Nevali Cori

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The world's oldest sanctuaries
Excavations and pottery and other animal finds near the eastern Turkish sites of Gobekli Tepe, and Nevali Cori, by Klaus Schmidt and Harald Hauptmann between 1964 and 1988, have dated these sites, which lie southeast and north of Sanliurfa (formerly ...
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The World's First Temple
Hauptmann's team discovered graves at Nevali Cori, and Schmidt is reasonably confident that burials lie somewhere in the earliest layers of Göbekli Tepe.
Die Landwirtschaft kam über die Türkei nach Europa
Stockholm – Die sogenannte Anatolien-Hypothese besagt, dass sich die Landwirtschaft und damit eine sesshafte, bäuerliche Lebensweise vor 9500 bis 8000 Jahren über Anatolien nach Europa ausbreitete (und mit ihr eine indogermanische Ursprache).

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