Intricate carvings at Hittite sanctuary claimed to depict lunar calendar

June 30, 2019 - General

Yazılıkaya is a 3,200-year-old building that is thought to have played an important religious role in the capital city of the ancient Hittite Empire. According to a new theory the carvings may have functioned as a calendar that was way ahead of its time.

This carving at Yazılıkaya is said to depict 12 gods of the underworld
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