Gobekli Tepe Ruins Bundle | GobekliTepe T Stones | Pot Belly Hill | Building-C | Gobeklitepe Stones Statues

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Immerse your space in the aura of ancient wisdom with our Gobeklitepe Stones Statues. These handcrafted stone figures are inspired by the historical marvels of Gobeklitepe, bringing a touch of archaeology and spirituality to your home decor.

Gobeklitepe Stones Statues:

This set includes two T shaped stone pillars and Building-C statue.
Two of the limestone monoliths from Göbekli Tepe. The bas relief depictions of animals, birds and reptiles stand proud of the flat surfaces of each monolith. There are monoliths at Göbekli and Neval Çori that have human arms carved in very low relief, emerging from below the broad ‘shoulders’ on the narrow sides of the sculpture, and terminating in hands on the ‘front’ of the stone. These demonstrate that the monoliths were intended as schematic anthropomorphs.

Building C features at least two, more likely three, concentric walls. It has a round-oval ground plan and a diameter of some 30 metres. As such, it is the largest of the partially excavated megalithic monumental buildings so far discovered at Göbekli Tepe. Its two central T-shaped pillars appear to have been destroyed in antiquity. It is still unclear when this destruction occurred, but most likely in the prehistoric (Neolithic?) period. Remarkable for this building (and also for Building D) is that the two central pillars were slotted into two pedestals carved out of the natural bedrock. The floor of this building is made from the carefully smoothed natural rock surface of the limestone plateau. The western central pillar was partially restored in 2009. On its left broad side there is the depiction of a large fox (in low relief). The bottom part of the eastern shaft was a found in-situ. This pillar is still preserved to a height of 2 metres, though it was originally some five metres tall. All other T-shaped pillars belonging to Building C are found at more or less regular intervals within the inner concentric wall of the building. Eleven pillars have so far been found in the inner ring, while the second ring features seven pillars. This number would very likely increase if excavations were continued.

 

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**** This products are solid objects, not hollow. made of resin. *****

 

Immerse your space in the aura of ancient wisdom with our Gobeklitepe Stones Statues. These handcrafted stone figures are inspired by the historical marvels of Gobeklitepe, bringing a touch of archaeology and spirituality to your home decor.

Crafted with meticulous detail, each statue embodies the essence of Mesopotamian art, making it a unique addition to your collection. The Neolithic stone carvings, replicated with precision, serve as a reminder of the rich history and cultural significance of Gobeklitepe.

Elevate your home with these archaeological art pieces that not only showcase historical replicas but also emanate a spiritual ambiance. Whether placed on an altar or as a centerpiece, these statues are a testament to the ancient wisdom that resonates through time.

Embrace the allure of Gobeklitepe with our handcrafted stone sculptures—a perfect blend of history, spirituality, and artistic expression.

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