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Principali siti archeologici del Vicino Oriente datati tra X e VII millennio a.C.

Principali siti archeologici del Vicino Oriente datati tra X e VII millennio a.C.

Principali siti archeologici del  X e IX millennio a.C. in alta Mesopotamia

Principali siti archeologici del X e IX millennio a. in alta Mesopotamia

I principali siti nel periodo Pre-ceramico della Turchia e, indicate da una stella, le località con incisioni rupestri riferite ad un periodo compreso tra la fine del Paleolitico e il Neolitico (base cartografica R. Bixio - elaborazione A. De Pascale)

I principali siti nel periodo Pre-ceramico della Turchia e, indicate da una stella, le località con incisioni rupestri riferite ad un periodo compreso tra la fine del Paleolitico e il Neolitico (base cartografica R. Bixio - elaborazione A. De Pascale)

Le Provincie della Turchia (base cartografica R. Bixio - elaborazione A. De Pascale)

Le Provincie della Turchia (base cartografica R. Bixio - elaborazione A. De Pascale)

Outline view of the bone plaque's main features

Outline view of the bone plaque's main features

Turchia - Monti e Fiumi (base cartografica R. Bixio - elaborazione A. De Pascale)

Turchia - Monti e Fiumi (base cartografica R. Bixio - elaborazione A.

Göbekli Tepe / An archaeological site at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, approximately 12 km (7 mi) northeast of the city of Şanlıurfa.  It has been excavated by a German archaeological team that was under the direction of Klaus Schmidt from 1996 until his death in 2014

Göbekli Tepe / An archaeological site at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, approximately 12 km (7 mi) northeast of the city of Şanlıurfa. It has been excavated by a German archaeological team that was under the direction of Klaus Schmidt from 1996 until his death in 2014

Gobekli Tepe lunisolar calendar.  Lunisolar calendar of Göbekli Tepe: a year has 12 months of 30 days, plus 5 and occasionally 6 days, while 63 continuous periods of 30 days yield 1,890 days and correspond to 64 lunations.

Lunisolar calendar of Göbekli Tepe: a year has 12 months of 30 days, plus 5 and occasionally 6 days, while 63 continuous periods of 30 days yield days and correspond to 64 lunations.

Immagine correlata

Immagine correlata

Voynich Manuscript. Origin may have been Pakistan. Landa, Khojki and Brahmi languages are used throughout the book.

Origin may have been Pakistan. Landa, Khojki and Brahmi languages are used throughout the book.

Mesopotamia, Civilization And The Sumerians: The cradle

Mesopotamia, Civilization And The Sumerians: The Cradle and the Fertile Crescent