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Dead heads: Turkish site reveals more evidence of neolithic ‘skull cult’
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A carving found on a pillar at Göbekli Tepe, apparently showing a figurine holding a head. Photograph: German Archaeological Institute (DAI). Archaeology. Dead heads: Turkish site reveals more evidence of neolithic ‘skull cult’. Fragments of three
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Published On: Wed, Jun 28th, 2017

Dead heads: Turkish site reveals more evidence of neolithic ‘skull cult’ – The Guardian


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Dead heads: Turkish site reveals more evidence of neolithic 'skull cult'
The Guardian
A carving found on a pillar at Göbekli Tepe, apparently showing a figurine holding a head. Photograph: German Archaeological Institute (DAI). Archaeology. Dead heads: Turkish site reveals more evidence of neolithic 'skull cult'. Fragments of three ...
Neolithic 'Skull Cult' Existed at Gobekli Tepe, Says StudyLaboratory Equipment
In Turkey, carved skulls provide the first evidence of a neolithic 'skull cult'EurekAlert (press release)
Ancient human skulls with mysterious carvings reveal 11000 year old 'skull cult' in TurkeyInternational Business Times UK
Los Angeles Times -Newsweek -History
all 18 news articles »

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