Göbekli Tepe - Layer III, Enclosure A, Pillar 2

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Ibolya Horvath
by Teomancimit
published on 08 December 2020
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Göbekli Tepe is a c. 12,000-year-old archaeological site in Anatolia, Turkey. The site chronology is divided into three levels, Layer I being the most recent and Layer III the oldest and deepest level. Layer III is also the most sophisticated level, with enclosures characterised by different thematic components and artistic representations.
This pillar comes from Enclosure A and depicts a grouping of an auroch (a very large and now extinct bovine), a fox and a crane, positioned one above the other.

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Teomancimit, . (2020, December 08). Göbekli Tepe - Layer III, Enclosure A, Pillar 2. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/13199/gobekli-tepe---layer-iii-enclosure-a-pillar-2/

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Teomancimit, . "Göbekli Tepe - Layer III, Enclosure A, Pillar 2." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 08 Dec 2020. Web. 24 Sep 2021.