Bucrania, Ҫatalhöyük

Illustration

Nathalie Choubineh
by Verity Cridland
published on 14 December 2021

Bucrania or bull's horn decorations were installed in some of the houses of the Neolithic proto-city, Ҫatalhöyük, in central Turkey, inhabited between c. 7400 and c. 5600 BCE.

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