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Israeli Archaeologists Find Hidden Pattern at 'World's Oldest Temple' Gobekli Tepe Haaretz
Gobekli Tepe has just thrown another "curve" at the mainstream archaeological world, illustrating just how much moderns have to learn about their prehistory. Ariel David relates a mathematical discovery with huge implications for how the site's major monuments were planned, and that has similar ramifications for our understanding of early Neolithic (and perhaps even earlier) hunter-gatherer societies in the northern Levant. Assuredly, these exciting findings will encourage folks like Graham Hancock, and it will be interesting to see their incorporation into more traditional archaeological thinking.
 
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An interesting read. More proof that certain groups of people had knowledge beyond what we thought possible at that time.