Göbeklitepe

At this point, many stone finds in Gˆbekli Tepe and the depictions in the form of embossing or scraping on the obelisk should be mentioned. In addition to the numerous wild animals, birds and insects, the depictions reflecting people are evidence of a high level of craftsmanship. The depictions in Gˆbekli Tepe provided unparalleled information about the beliefs and world views of the people who lived during the transition from hunter-gatherer to agrarian lifestyle about twelve thousand years ago. In other words, the depictions on the stones are not the only creatures encountered in the landscape around Gˆbekli Tepe approximately twelve thousand years ago (eg, snakes, foxes, wild boars, wild oxen, leopards, cranes, ducks), perhaps verbally transmitted from generation to generation. they seem to tell stories that were immortalized at Gˆbekli Tepe (Figure 5). In these stories, there may be established legends, and so communities may be emphasizing their origins and identities at a time when population growth and growing social networks are associated with Neolithization.

At this point, many stone finds in Gˆbekli Tepe and the depictions in the form of embossing or scraping on the obelisk should be mentioned. In addition to the numerous wild animals, birds and insects, the depictions reflecting people are evidence of a high level of craftsmanship. The depictions in Gˆbekli Tepe provided unparalleled information about the beliefs and world views of the people who lived during the transition from hunter-gatherer to agrarian lifestyle about twelve thousand years ago. In other words, the depictions on the stones are not the only creatures encountered in the landscape around Gˆbekli Tepe approximately twelve thousand years ago (eg, snakes, foxes, wild boars, wild oxen, leopards, cranes, ducks), perhaps verbally transmitted from generation to generation. times, it is one of the factors immortalized at Gˆbekli Tepe.