The excavation of Göbekli Tepe has revealed the hitherto unknown religion of the „Neolithic Revolution." This book offers an archaeological starter basis for interpreting that ancient religion. Other fresh perspectives affect our understanding of civilization, human sacrifice, cannibalism, warfare, and imperialism. Fresh contextual perspectives are presented on ancient Egypt and Greece, on Abraham...
Hardcover: 348 pages
Publisher: triplehood (September 13, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 2068137
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Karl Luckert admits that he knows little about the Stone Age and less about the ruins at Goebekli Tepe. Klaus Schmidt, The actual Archaeologist who discovered it and continues to dig there ,wrote a forward for him that clearly states that he doesn't ...
goat question, as well as on the teaching strategies of Confucius in China-all these are remotely linked to Göbekli Tepe. The author is a former student of Mircea Eliade (University of Chicago) and the family resemblance in his orientation shows. His earlier innovations in the History of Religions field include: (1) a historical interpretation of Navajo hunter mythology; (2) recording the nine-night Navajo Coyoteway Ceremonial in 1974, which had been declared extinct in 1910; (3) identification of the Serpent as primary deity of ancient Middle American Civilization, thereby rejecting the primacy of the Jaguar totem; (4) identifying Neo-Platonism as a bridge leading from ancient Egyptian theology at Heliopolis to orthodox Christian theology.