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Cradle of Civilization. Çatal Höyük (çatal is Turkish for “fork”, höyük for “mound”) was a very large Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlement in southern Anatolia, which existed from approximately 7500 B.C. to 5700 B.C. It is the largest and best-preserved Neolithic site found to date.

Çatalhöyük (çatal for fork -höyük for mound): a very large Neolithic & Chalcolithic settlement in S Anatolia, which existed from about 7500 BC. It is the largest & best-preserved Neolithic site found to date. Cradle of Civilization

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Archaeologists from Stanford find an ‘goddess figurine’ in central Turkey A team led by Stanford archaeologists has discovered a rare statuette of a woman made at Çatalhöyük, a Neolithic site in central Turkey, around years ago.

Working with iron ore in the Iron Age by Flemming Bau

Working with iron ore in the Iron Age by Flemming Bau

"Prehistoric Man", 1960. Illustration by Zdenek Burian.

"Prehistoric Man", Illustration by Zdenek Burian.

An accident at Grime's Graves Neolithic flint mine by Pierre Joubert

An accident at Grime's Graves Neolithic flint mine by Pierre Joubert

A reconstruction by Judith Dobie of Neolithic flint miners at work at Grime's Graves  extracting flint from galleries at the base of the mine shaft using picks made from red deer antlers, the flint was then hauled to the surface.

A reconstruction by Judith Dobie of Neolithic flint miners at work at Grime's Graves extracting flint from galleries at the base of the mine shaft using picks made from red deer antlers, the flint was then hauled to the surface.