Çatalhöyük — Ancient Land Of Peace And Egalitarianism

Current knowledge of this settlement reveals a lot about human history

Seated goddess found at Çatalhöyük from Wikipedia

Çatalhöyük was a large proto-agricultural settlement in what is now Turkey, existing from approximately 7100 BCE to 5700 BCE. At its height, the population numbered around 10,000, but all evidence is that the inhabitants lived a very peaceful and…




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