• Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary

    Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary Documentary 2014, bbc documentary,bbc,national geographic,documentary,national . Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary Documentary 2014, bbc documentary,bbc,national geographic,documentary,national . Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary Documentary 2014, bbc documentary,bbc,national geographic,documentary,national .

    published: 10 Oct 2015
  • New Discoveries in Ancient Turkey

    This lecture reviews the startling new archaeological discoveries that have been made in Turkey during the last 25 years, including the Roman Sebasteion at Aphrodisias, the early Neolithic cult circles at Goebeklitepe, and the Middle Byzantine shipwrecks in Istanbul. The lecture is intended as a special concluding component of the Golden Age of King Midas exhibit. Dr. C. Brian Rose, Curator of the Golden Age of King Midas , will speak.

    published: 22 Dec 2016
  • Astonishing Discoveries in Ancient Turkey Shows Evidence of the Watchers

    One of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the 20th Century is located in the southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey. Originally in what later became part of Armenia, the constructions of Göbekli Tepe date back to the 10th millennium BCE (the end of the last ice age). The general public has heard little of this find, it is the believed that Göbekli Tepe is the earliest known example of temple architecture, dating back to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic period of the Near East. the mysterious stone temple complex of Gobekli Tepe in Turkey is one of the greatest challenges to 21st century archaeology. As much as 7,000 years older than the Great Pyramid and Stonehenge, its strange buildings and rings of T-shaped monoliths--built with stones weighing from 10 to 15 tons--show a level...

    published: 21 Dec 2017
  • Göbekli Tepe: Ancient Site In Turkey Unlocks Clues of Catastrophic Events In the Past

    www.undergroundworldnews.com Göbekli Tepe is an archaeological site at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, approximately 12 km (7 mi) northeast of the city of Şanlıurfa. The tell has a height of 15 m (49 ft) and is about 300 m (984 ft) in diameter.[4] It is approximately 760 m (2,493 ft) above sea level. It was excavated by a German archaeological team under the direction of Klaus Schmidt from 1996 until his death in 2014. Graham Hancock is an English author and journalist, well known for books such as "Fingerprints Of The Gods" & his new book "Magicians of the Gods" is available now. Randall Carlson is a master builder and architectural designer, teacher, geometrician, geomythologist, geological explorer and renegade scholar. Must See: https://www.y...

    published: 30 Nov 2015
  • Gobekli Tepe - National Geographic

    11,500 year old man-made structures discovered in Turkey.

    published: 11 Apr 2014
  • 110,000 Yr Old Underground City Found In Turkey?

    Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory The underground cities of Cappadocia, Turkey, number more than 200 and are spread across the entire region. It is highly possible that there is many more lying below the surface, just waiting to be found. Of all the underground cities discovered so far, the most awe-inspiring is perhaps the Derinkuyu city. It was discovered by accident in 1963 when a local family was renovating a house, a wall gave way to reveal a passage that led to this underground network. according to National Geographic, It is 11 levels deep, descending more than 280 feet into the bedrock, covering an area of over 4 miles squared. It included temples, tombs, shops, living quarters, and even ...

    published: 13 Jun 2017
  • 12,000 Year Old Massive Underground Tunnels are Real and Stretch from Scotland to Turkey

    Is it possible that ancient cultures were interconnected thousands of years ago? According to thousands of underground tunnels that stretch from North Scotland towards the Mediterranean the answer is a big yes. While the reason behind these sophisticated tunnels remains a mystery, many experts believe that this huge 12,000 year old network was built as a protection against predators and other dangers 12,000 years ago. Some experts believe that these mysterious tunnels were used as modern-day highways, allowing the transition of people and connecting them to distant places across Europe. In the book Secrets Of The Underground Door To An Ancient World (German title: Tore zur Unterwelt) German archaeologist Dr Heinrich Kusch states that evidence of huge underground tunnels has been found und...

    published: 03 Feb 2017
  • Fascinating Discoveries in Turkey

    From a dungeon that once held the inspiration to Bram Stoker's Dracula to discovering the famous remains of theTrojan Horse! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 7.Tomb of St. Philip St. Philip the Apostle was one of the 12 original disciples of Jesus. Archaeologists tried for years to find the site of his tomb and were unsuccessful until 2011 when they finally found it in the ruins of a church in the ancient Turkish city of Hierapolis. Recognized as a martyr of Christianity, Philip is believed to have been either crucified upside down or beheaded in around 80 AD in the southwest province of Denizli. The tomb is expected to become an important pilgrimage destination for Christians. His remains were not in the tomb, they were taken to Rome and buried in the sixth century. 6.Cappa...

    published: 26 Jul 2016
  • Turkish megaliths part 1 of 3, Göbekli Tepe, Ancient Advanced "Hittites" Tool Marks, Gobekli Tepe

    Gobekli Tepe (Göbekli Tepe) and other ancient Turkish archaeological sites. Ancient advanced tools. The Peru connection. Hittites. original documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rjfynAsGJI&ab_channel=ЛабораторияАльтернативнойИстории why all dating methods currently known are unreliable? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0TQmkKyOdE&ab_channel=newearth If you want to participate in the history research in your area please view a world wide list of sites of which field report is needed http://www.megaliths.org/browse/category/43 If know of an interesting megalithic or mysterious historic site / artefact please submit it here http://www.megaliths.org/browse And if you like the NewEarth research approach please help spread the word of the directory of amazing historic sites www.m...

    published: 19 Sep 2015
  • Ancient City Of Dara: Turkey's Dara city has a 1500-year-old history

    Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/

    published: 27 Nov 2016
  • Archaic Greek in a modern world

    An endangered Greek dialect which is spoken in north-eastern Turkey has been identified by researchers as a "linguistic goldmine" because of its startling closeness to the ancient language, as Cambridge researcher Dr Ioanna Sitaridou explains. For more information please visit: www.romeyka.org

    published: 04 Jan 2011
  • Ottoman and Ancient Turkey Templar Knights Documentary 2015

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    published: 13 Dec 2016
  • Derinkuyu, Kurdish Underground City | Ancient Man-made Underground Civilization

    It is an ancient multi-level underground city of the Median Empire in the Derinkuyu district in Nevşehir Province, Turkey (Cappadocia). Extending to a depth of approximately 60 m, it was large enough to shelter approximately 20,000 people together with their livestock and food stores. It was opened to visitors in 1969 and to date, about half of the underground city is accessible to tourists. Could there really be vast open spaces within the Earth where advanced civilisations live? If we were visited in the ancient past, could they have hidden the evidence deep within these tunnels? Perhaps we have only scratched the surface of our planets underground mysteries... and maybe there is more, much more to be found.

    published: 11 Aug 2013
  • MILITARY HISTORY : Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar

    Uploaded by MILITARY HISTORY 2015. The Military History of Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar. Recruited from Christian populations of the Balkans and trained in the Muslim faith and culture of the Turks, the Janissaries formed a warrior caste, distinguished by military skill and unequivocal loyalty to the Sultan. Essentially Christian warrior-monks, the Knights’ mission was to rid the Holy Land of Muslims. Usually of noble birth, the knights adhered to a strict moral code of poverty, chastity and obedience. Janissary starts at 00:10 The Janissaries were elite infantry units that formed the Ottoman Sultan's household troops and bodyguards. Knights Templar starts at 23:37 The Knights Templar were among the most wealthy and powerful of the Western Christian military orders and were among ...

    published: 11 Apr 2015
  • New Ancient Underground City Found in Turkey

    An underground city found in Turkey’s touristic Cappadocia will “rewrite the history of the city,” according to the mayor in the Central Anatolian Nevşehir province, adding they had discovered people had permanently lived in the underground city, unlike other cities which were mostly carved into rocks for temporary protection. http://proxyponder.com/2015/11/new-ancient-underground-city-found-in-turkey/ Source: http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/ancient-underground-city-in-cappadocia-will-rewrite-history.aspx?pageID=238&nID=91554&NewsCatID=375 Music: Cambodian Odyssey by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100585 Artist: http://incompetech...

    published: 26 Nov 2015
  • Ancient History of Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Turkey (A Full Documentary)

    Ancient History of Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Turkey (A Full Documentary) Most beautiful places on Earth! In this perfect world, there are so many amazing places to visit but unfortunately we can't. I hope all you are like this video. Please subscribed for more: https://www.youtube.com/BeautifulPlacesOnEarth Deriving from springs in a cliff almost 200 m high overlooking the plain of Cürüksu in south-west Turkey, calcite-laden waters have created an unreal landscape, made up of mineral forests, petrified waterfalls and a series of terraced basins given the name of Pamukkale (Cotton Palace). Located in the province of Denizli, this extraordinary landscape was a focus of interest for visitors to the nearby Hellenistic spa town of Hierapolis, founded by the Attalid kings of Pergamom at the end ...

    published: 18 Jul 2014
  • Explore Unknown Ancient Ruins in Turkey, 11th - 26th March, Hattusha, Cappadocia and much more

    To book the expedition - http://megaliths.org/ancient_history/tour.php

    published: 19 Dec 2017
  • Ephesus, Turkey: Ancient City

    More info about travel to Turkey: http://www.ricksteves.com/europe/turkey Rick joins his friend (and guide for Rick's bus tours through Turkey), to learn about the ancient home of the Ephesians — one of the world’s greatest classical sites. At http://www.ricksteves.com, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.

    published: 29 Jul 2015
  • Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary

    Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary. Uploaded by MILITARY HISTORY 2015. The Military History of Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar. Recruited from Christian populations of the Balkans and . Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary. Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary japanese history documentary bbc.

    published: 17 Sep 2016
  • Gobekli Tepe Ancient Ruins That Predate Known Civilization [FULL VIDEO]

    In southeast Turkey stands the oldest temple in the world. At nearly 12,000 years old, Gobekli Tepe is an enigma to archaeology. Consisting of a series of stone circles, made up of T-shaped pillars bearing exquisite carvings of animals, birds, insects and abstract human figures, this ritual complex was constructed at the end of the last Ice Age by faceless individuals, who rose far beyond the conventional understanding of the hunter-gatherers who occupied the Eurasian continent at this time. Why were these amazing stone circles buried overnight, sometime around 10,000 year ago? It is an enigma that seems to start in Africa some 17,000 years ago, and ends with not only the creation of civilization down in the fertile crescent of Mesopotamia, but also in the sudden emergence of the ancient...

    published: 13 Apr 2017
  • Magnificent Ancient Ruins of Ephesus, Turkey (With Facts/Figures)

    Ancient Ephesus, Turkey is known as the City of the Gods. It was an ancient Greek city built in the 10th Century B.C. which flourished under the control of the Roman Republic in 129 B.C. It once had a population of over 50,000 people. As you can see from the video, there are many ruins that are left to remind us of a great city that once was.

    published: 23 May 2016
  • Stunning 2,200 Year-Old Mosaics Discovered in Ancient Greek City in Turkey.

    Stunning 2,200 Year-Old Mosaics Discovered in Ancient Greek City in Turkey. - Finds were underwater and more still remain to be dug out. ~~ Links: 1) https://dailymedia.info/stunning-2200-year-old-mosaics-discovered-ancient-greek-city-2/ 2) Thumbnail image - https://dailymedia.info/stunning-2200-year-old-mosaics-discovered-ancient-greek-city-2/ 3) Music - Youtube Audio Library "Ambient Ambulance" https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/

    published: 18 Apr 2016
  • Ancient Roman Ruins in Turkey-Aspendos, Perge, Asklepion (with Narration, Facts/Figures)

    The ancient Roman Empire was far reaching and it included Turkey. It was amazing to see 2,000 year-old Roman ruins in Aspendos (Roman theater and aqueduct), Perge (Roman city), and The Asklepion (ancient healing center and psychiatric hospital). I had to remind myself that I was in Turkey and not in Italy.

    published: 01 Sep 2016
  • Ancient Flesh-Eating Tombs Found In Turkey?

    Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory The Archaeological site of Assos, located in the south-western part of the Biga Peninsula, is thought to have first been settled during the Bronze Age. The location of the Assos settlement is unique in its equisite, and once highly complex design, an effortless mingling with that of the natural environment, combined with the foundation of the architecture. One of the most remarkable landmarks from Assos, is the sheer rock walled acropolis at the highest point of the city. It is also the home of the world’s most curiously peculiar burial tombs, now known commonly as the “meat eaters” they are notoriously known throughout the region for their unique abilitiy, of bei...

    published: 21 Jun 2017
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Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary

Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary

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Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary Documentary 2014, bbc documentary,bbc,national geographic,documentary,national . Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary Documentary 2014, bbc documentary,bbc,national geographic,documentary,national . Anatolia Archaeological Mysteries of Ancient Turkey Full Documentary Documentary 2014, bbc documentary,bbc,national geographic,documentary,national .
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New Discoveries in Ancient Turkey

New Discoveries in Ancient Turkey

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This lecture reviews the startling new archaeological discoveries that have been made in Turkey during the last 25 years, including the Roman Sebasteion at Aphrodisias, the early Neolithic cult circles at Goebeklitepe, and the Middle Byzantine shipwrecks in Istanbul. The lecture is intended as a special concluding component of the Golden Age of King Midas exhibit. Dr. C. Brian Rose, Curator of the Golden Age of King Midas , will speak.
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Astonishing Discoveries in Ancient Turkey Shows Evidence of the Watchers

Astonishing Discoveries in Ancient Turkey Shows Evidence of the Watchers

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One of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the 20th Century is located in the southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey. Originally in what later became part of Armenia, the constructions of Göbekli Tepe date back to the 10th millennium BCE (the end of the last ice age). The general public has heard little of this find, it is the believed that Göbekli Tepe is the earliest known example of temple architecture, dating back to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic period of the Near East. the mysterious stone temple complex of Gobekli Tepe in Turkey is one of the greatest challenges to 21st century archaeology. As much as 7,000 years older than the Great Pyramid and Stonehenge, its strange buildings and rings of T-shaped monoliths--built with stones weighing from 10 to 15 tons--show a level of sophistication and artistic achievement unmatched until the rise of the great civilizations of the ancient world, Sumer, Egypt, and Babylon.
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Göbekli Tepe: Ancient Site In Turkey Unlocks Clues of Catastrophic Events In the Past

Göbekli Tepe: Ancient Site In Turkey Unlocks Clues of Catastrophic Events In the Past

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www.undergroundworldnews.com Göbekli Tepe is an archaeological site at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, approximately 12 km (7 mi) northeast of the city of Şanlıurfa. The tell has a height of 15 m (49 ft) and is about 300 m (984 ft) in diameter.[4] It is approximately 760 m (2,493 ft) above sea level. It was excavated by a German archaeological team under the direction of Klaus Schmidt from 1996 until his death in 2014. Graham Hancock is an English author and journalist, well known for books such as "Fingerprints Of The Gods" & his new book "Magicians of the Gods" is available now. Randall Carlson is a master builder and architectural designer, teacher, geometrician, geomythologist, geological explorer and renegade scholar. Must See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDejwCGdUV8 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%B6bekli_Tepe https://www.sovereignman.com/trends/nasa-study-collapse-is-very-difficult-to-avoid-13889/
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Gobekli Tepe - National Geographic

Gobekli Tepe - National Geographic

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11,500 year old man-made structures discovered in Turkey.
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110,000 Yr Old Underground City Found In Turkey?

110,000 Yr Old Underground City Found In Turkey?

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Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory The underground cities of Cappadocia, Turkey, number more than 200 and are spread across the entire region. It is highly possible that there is many more lying below the surface, just waiting to be found. Of all the underground cities discovered so far, the most awe-inspiring is perhaps the Derinkuyu city. It was discovered by accident in 1963 when a local family was renovating a house, a wall gave way to reveal a passage that led to this underground network. according to National Geographic, It is 11 levels deep, descending more than 280 feet into the bedrock, covering an area of over 4 miles squared. It included temples, tombs, shops, living quarters, and even livestock pens. Over 15,000 air shafts were built into its design, and would have been enough room to comfortably house approximately 20,000 people. The underground city has extending passages that connected to other, neighbouring and underground water well systems providing fresh water. What is especially interesting regarding this underground world, is the evidence to suggest that they were hiding from something terrifying. A sophisticated security system, consisting of a particular build design, accompanied by numerous gigantic rolling stone blocking doors, that would seal the city from the inside, Moreover, its multi layered design, meant that each level could be sealed off from the next level using this same system. Just what were these people hiding from? Whatever it was they obviously preferred to run rather than confront it… The structure was excruciatingly carved into the underground rock, and is as strong today as the day it was built, safely accommodating guests such as archaeologists and tourists. Whoever built the network, obviously had an advanced knowledge of stone working, architecture, engineering, and the local geography. Ageing the structure has proven very difficult, there are no existing quarries, waste piles, or tools to examine. Furthermore, there are no records documenting its construction, or people who may have lived there. Also, unfortunately, many cultures have used the underground towns over the centuries. According to UNESCO, “It is believed that the first signs of monastic activity in Cappadocia date back to the 4th century, at which time acting on the instructions of Basil the Great, in order to resist attacks from the Arabs, the people should band together into small local communities and begin inhabiting cells dug into the rock. Therefore, modern academia tends to conclude that they were likely built by the Phrygian people, around 800 B.C. Yet it is also a strong possibility that they are far older than this, by the Bishops instruction they are to inhabit, not build, therefore its safe to assume he was aware of their existence, rather than the person who thought them up. Some believe the underground caves were constructed by the very ancient Persian King Yima. Yima attributed as mythological by many, is said to have had a lifespan of more than 900 years, a common feature of Biblical figures as well. The Zoroastrian text “Vendidad” states that Yima built an underground city on the orders of the god Ahura Mazda, to protect his people from a catastrophic winter. Much like the account of Noah in the Bible, Yima was instructed to collect pairs of the best animals and people as well as the best seeds in order to reseed the Earth after the winter cataclysm. However, if this was ever proven to be actually true, then it places its construction in remote prehistory, before the last ice age, 110,000 years ago.
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12,000 Year Old Massive Underground Tunnels are Real and Stretch from Scotland to Turkey

12,000 Year Old Massive Underground Tunnels are Real and Stretch from Scotland to Turkey

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Is it possible that ancient cultures were interconnected thousands of years ago? According to thousands of underground tunnels that stretch from North Scotland towards the Mediterranean the answer is a big yes. While the reason behind these sophisticated tunnels remains a mystery, many experts believe that this huge 12,000 year old network was built as a protection against predators and other dangers 12,000 years ago. Some experts believe that these mysterious tunnels were used as modern-day highways, allowing the transition of people and connecting them to distant places across Europe. In the book Secrets Of The Underground Door To An Ancient World (German title: Tore zur Unterwelt) German archaeologist Dr Heinrich Kusch states that evidence of huge underground tunnels has been found under dozens of Neolithic settlements all over the European continent. These tremendous tunnels are often referred to as ancient highways. According to Dr Kusch, the fact that many of these tunnels still exist today, after 12,000 years indicates that the tunnels must have been both complex and huge in size. “Across Europe there were thousands of them says Dr Kusch,” in Germany we have discovered hundreds of meters of underground tunnels. In Austria we have found hundreds more. These underground tunnels can be found everywhere across Europe and there are thousands of them.” Said the German archaeologist. While some of the tunnels are relatively small- some of them measure over a meter in width, there are other tunnels that have been found with underground chambers and storage areas. The fact that these tunnels have been found points towards incredible ancient ingenuity which is anything but what history books tells us today. Ancient mankind had the knowledge and tools to build complex structures over ten thousand years ago. Evidence of that are the Pyramids of Bosnia in Europe and their incredible underground tunnels that go on for kilometers. Dr Kusch states that ‘Across Europe there were thousands of these tunnels – from the north in Scotland down to the Mediterranean. They are interspersed with nooks, at some places it’s larger and there is seating, or storage chambers and rooms. They do not all link up but taken together it is a massive underground network.’ Cappadocia in Turkey is another incredible example. The underground city of Derinkuyu is another piece of evidence which points towards the perfection and long-lost construction methods of our ancestors. The underground city of Derinkuyu is perhaps one of the greatest achievements in underground construction together with the huge network of tunnels. The geological features of the stone from Derinkuyu is something that is very important; it is very soft. Thus, the ancient builders of Derinkuyu had to be very careful when building these underground chambers providing enough pillar strength to support the floors above; if this was not achieved, the city would have collapsed, but so far, archaeologists have not found evidence of any “cave-ins” at Derinkuyu. Other ancient monuments such as Gobekli Tepe are more pieces of crucial evidence that point towards incredible skills and knowledge by people who inhabited our planet over ten thousand years ago. According to Dr Kusch, chapels were often built at the entrances to the underground tunnels because the Church were afraid of the heathen legacy the tunnels might have represented, and like many other things, the church wanted to make sure word about the tunnels was kept as a secret. In some of the tunnels writings have been discovered which refer to these underground tunnels as gateways to the underworld. Source: http://369news.net/12000-year-old-massive-underground-tunnels-are-real-and-stretch-from-scotland-to-turkey/ website for universal truth - http://www.369universe.com website for news - http://369news.net PLEASE Consider making a Donation... without that I can't afford the time to make these video's... Much Love and Thank you :) PayPal Donation Link:https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=fZrrf61xZP0ncY59laQedYpjYTWEhUHRchdJ9dhEyctufC0nyEdIidFw5oA_tE0IXVsjpW&country.x=CA&locale.x=CA
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Fascinating Discoveries in Turkey

Fascinating Discoveries in Turkey

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From a dungeon that once held the inspiration to Bram Stoker's Dracula to discovering the famous remains of theTrojan Horse! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 7.Tomb of St. Philip St. Philip the Apostle was one of the 12 original disciples of Jesus. Archaeologists tried for years to find the site of his tomb and were unsuccessful until 2011 when they finally found it in the ruins of a church in the ancient Turkish city of Hierapolis. Recognized as a martyr of Christianity, Philip is believed to have been either crucified upside down or beheaded in around 80 AD in the southwest province of Denizli. The tomb is expected to become an important pilgrimage destination for Christians. His remains were not in the tomb, they were taken to Rome and buried in the sixth century. 6.Cappadocia Underground Cities In a central Turkish region known as Cappadocia you can find a massive, sprawling network of underground cities. The largest of these underground cities could house up to 20,000 people. The local people built these cities, which date back to early Byzantine times, to hide from incoming invaders. In 2013, one of the largest underground cities was unearthed when a group of low income homes was destroyed. No one is sure of its exact size because it has not been fully explored but estimates say that this recently uncovered city could plummet as deep as 370 feet. 5.The Germ Scientifically, the germ was not discovered in Turkey. That would take a microscope, which was not around when the germ was first properly explained by Aksemsettin, a Turkish philosopher and scientist who lived from 1389 to 1459. Not only did he teach Mehmed the Conqueror but he also stated that, “Illness spreads person to person with very little living creatures which we can’t see,” explaining the germ before it was possible to confirm the correct theory. 4.Ancient Stone Tool A stone knife was unearthed by archaeologists at an ancient site on the Gediz river, on the Anatolian peninsula of Turkey. The tool is believed to be 1.2 million years old, which is far older than humans were thought to have been in this part of the world and is also by far the oldest artifact ever discovered in this part of the world. This discovery is also important in that it helps establish the time and way in which early humans came into the area we now call Europe. 3.Trojan Horse A team of Turkish archaeologists recently uncovered a large structure made of wooden planks that they believe to be the remains of the infamous Trojan Horse. Carbon dating showed that the structure is from the 12th century B.C., which is around the time the Trojan War is thought to have taken place. The Trojan Horse was long thought to be an analogy for a natural disaster, but this finding suggests that the legend could have been much more steeped in fact than previously believed. 2.Dracula’s Dungeon Dracula is an incredibly famous novel written by Bram Stoker. The story has captivated and horrified audiences throughout the world since the book was first published in 1897 and countless movies, plays, books and TV shows have been made based off of the legendary tale. What is less known is the tale behind the tale. The character Dracula is believed to have stemmed from Vlad the Impaler, a real life person who was one bad dude. Legend has it that he impaled up to 20,000 people to ward off attacking Ottoman invaders, giving him his grisly nickname. A maze of dungeons and tunnels was discovered beneath Tokat Castle in the heart of Tokat, Turkey that were used by the Ottoman Empire to house prisoners. One of these prisoners was our friend, Vlad the Impaler, who was only a child at the time. His harsh treatment and captivity in this dungeon were believed to have ingrained a cynicism in him that led him to do the horrible things that he would famously go on to do. The site was recently opened to the public. 1.Gobekli Tepe Klaus Schmidt, a German archaeologist, made a startling discovery in southeast Turkey that could change the way we view history. He found an arrangement of massive carved stone pillars arranged in circles that were about 11,000 years old. These stones were carved and arranged by prehistoric people that had not yet developed metal tools. If you ask Schmidt, the site represents the first human built holy place. What has been unearthed is remarkable, but it is a very small part of what remains to be excavated. It certainly opens the door to a lot of questions. How were prehistoric humans able to move and arrange these pillars with the simple tools that they had to use? What was the purpose of building this site? These questions remain a mystery that may be lost forever to the passing of time.
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Turkish megaliths part 1 of 3, Göbekli Tepe, Ancient Advanced "Hittites"  Tool Marks,  Gobekli Tepe

Turkish megaliths part 1 of 3, Göbekli Tepe, Ancient Advanced "Hittites" Tool Marks, Gobekli Tepe

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Gobekli Tepe (Göbekli Tepe) and other ancient Turkish archaeological sites. Ancient advanced tools. The Peru connection. Hittites. original documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rjfynAsGJI&ab_channel=ЛабораторияАльтернативнойИстории why all dating methods currently known are unreliable? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0TQmkKyOdE&ab_channel=newearth If you want to participate in the history research in your area please view a world wide list of sites of which field report is needed http://www.megaliths.org/browse/category/43 If know of an interesting megalithic or mysterious historic site / artefact please submit it here http://www.megaliths.org/browse And if you like the NewEarth research approach please help spread the word of the directory of amazing historic sites www.megaliths.org
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Ancient City Of Dara: Turkey's Dara city has a 1500-year-old history

Ancient City Of Dara: Turkey's Dara city has a 1500-year-old history

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Archaic Greek in a modern world

Archaic Greek in a modern world

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An endangered Greek dialect which is spoken in north-eastern Turkey has been identified by researchers as a "linguistic goldmine" because of its startling closeness to the ancient language, as Cambridge researcher Dr Ioanna Sitaridou explains. For more information please visit: www.romeyka.org
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Ottoman and Ancient Turkey Templar Knights  Documentary 2015

Ottoman and Ancient Turkey Templar Knights Documentary 2015

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Derinkuyu, Kurdish Underground City | Ancient Man-made Underground Civilization

Derinkuyu, Kurdish Underground City | Ancient Man-made Underground Civilization

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It is an ancient multi-level underground city of the Median Empire in the Derinkuyu district in Nevşehir Province, Turkey (Cappadocia). Extending to a depth of approximately 60 m, it was large enough to shelter approximately 20,000 people together with their livestock and food stores. It was opened to visitors in 1969 and to date, about half of the underground city is accessible to tourists. Could there really be vast open spaces within the Earth where advanced civilisations live? If we were visited in the ancient past, could they have hidden the evidence deep within these tunnels? Perhaps we have only scratched the surface of our planets underground mysteries... and maybe there is more, much more to be found.
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MILITARY HISTORY : Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar

MILITARY HISTORY : Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar

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Uploaded by MILITARY HISTORY 2015. The Military History of Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar. Recruited from Christian populations of the Balkans and trained in the Muslim faith and culture of the Turks, the Janissaries formed a warrior caste, distinguished by military skill and unequivocal loyalty to the Sultan. Essentially Christian warrior-monks, the Knights’ mission was to rid the Holy Land of Muslims. Usually of noble birth, the knights adhered to a strict moral code of poverty, chastity and obedience. Janissary starts at 00:10 The Janissaries were elite infantry units that formed the Ottoman Sultan's household troops and bodyguards. Knights Templar starts at 23:37 The Knights Templar were among the most wealthy and powerful of the Western Christian military orders and were among the most prominent actors of the Christian finance. Much of what we know of ancient history is the history of militaries: their conquests, their movements, and their technological innovations. There are many reasons for this. Kingdoms and empires, the central units of control in the ancient world, could only be maintained through military force. Due to limited agricultural ability, there were relatively few areas that could support large communities, so fighting was common. Weapons and armor, designed to be sturdy, tended to last longer than other artifacts, and thus a great deal of surviving artifacts recovered tend to fall in this category as they are more likely to survive. Weapons and armor were also mass-produced to a scale that makes them quite plentiful throughout history, and thus more likely to be found in archaeological digs. .
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New Ancient Underground City Found in Turkey

New Ancient Underground City Found in Turkey

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An underground city found in Turkey’s touristic Cappadocia will “rewrite the history of the city,” according to the mayor in the Central Anatolian Nevşehir province, adding they had discovered people had permanently lived in the underground city, unlike other cities which were mostly carved into rocks for temporary protection. http://proxyponder.com/2015/11/new-ancient-underground-city-found-in-turkey/ Source: http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/ancient-underground-city-in-cappadocia-will-rewrite-history.aspx?pageID=238&nID=91554&NewsCatID=375 Music: Cambodian Odyssey by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100585 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Find Me & Follow Me: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Shanti-Universe/1405680779677488 https://twitter.com/ShantiUniverse https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/108273886503213598014/+shantiuniverse/posts? **Handmade Jewelry by ShantiUniverse: http://www.ebay.com/usr/shantiuniverseshop?_trksid=p2047675.l2559 *Subscribe so you won't miss my YouTube Live Stream Events! Check out my website for latest News: http://proxyponder.com Download the ShantiUniverse Ap for iphone & Android: http://apps.appmakr.com/shantiuniverseapp
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Ancient History of Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Turkey (A Full Documentary)

Ancient History of Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Turkey (A Full Documentary)

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Ancient History of Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Turkey (A Full Documentary) Most beautiful places on Earth! In this perfect world, there are so many amazing places to visit but unfortunately we can't. I hope all you are like this video. Please subscribed for more: https://www.youtube.com/BeautifulPlacesOnEarth Deriving from springs in a cliff almost 200 m high overlooking the plain of Cürüksu in south-west Turkey, calcite-laden waters have created an unreal landscape, made up of mineral forests, petrified waterfalls and a series of terraced basins given the name of Pamukkale (Cotton Palace). Located in the province of Denizli, this extraordinary landscape was a focus of interest for visitors to the nearby Hellenistic spa town of Hierapolis, founded by the Attalid kings of Pergamom at the end of the 2nd century B.C., at the site of an ancient cult. Its hot springs were also used for scouring and drying wool. Ceded to Rome in 133 B.C., Hierapolis flourished, reaching its peak of importance in the 2nd and 3rd centuries A.D., having been destroyed by an earthquake in 60 A.D. and rebuilt. Remains of the Greco-Roman period include baths, temple ruins, a monumental arch, a nymphaeum, a necropolis and a theatre. Following the acceptance of Christianity by the emperor Constantine and his establishment of Constantinople as the 'new Rome' in 330 A.D., the town was made a bishopric. As the place of St. Philip's martyrdom in 80 A.D., commemerated by his Martyrium building in the 5th century, Hierapolis with its several churches became an important religious center for the Eastern Roman Empire. The combination of striking natural formations and the development of a complex system of canals, bringing the thermal water to nearby villages and fields, is exceptional. The springs are the source of a hydraulic system extending 70 km northwest to Alasehir and westwards along the valley of the Menderes River. Pamukkale forms an important backdrop to the original Greco-Roman town of Hierapolis and the cultural landscape which dominates the area. For all details you can log onto: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/485/ Hierapolis (Greek: Ἱεράπολις 'sacred city') was an ancient Greco-Roman city in Phrygia located on hot springs in southwest Anatolia. Its ruins are adjacent to modern Pamukkale, Turkey. Hierapolis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hot springs there have been used as a spa since the 2nd century BCE, and people came to soothe their ailments, with many of them retiring or dying here. The large necropolis is filled with sarcophagi, including the Sarcophagus of Marcus Aurelius Ammianos. Part of the archaeological site of Hierapolis The great baths were constructed with huge stone blocks without the use of cement, and consisted of various closed or open sections linked together. There are deep niches in the inner section of the bath, library, gymnasium and other closed or open locations. The complex, which was constructed in the 2nd century BCE, constitutes a good example of vault type architecture. The complex is now an archaeological museum. Hierapolis is located in the Menderes River valley adjacent to the modern Turkish city of Pamukkale and nearby Denizli. It is located in Turkey's inner Aegean region, which has a temperate climate for most of the year. See Pamukkale Geology for more detail Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. It is located in Turkey's Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley, which has a temperate climate for most of the year. Travertine terrace formations at Pamukkale, Turkey. May 21, 2011 The ancient Greco-Roman and Byzantine city of Hierapolis was built on top of the white "castle" which is in total about 2,700 metres (8,860 ft) long, 600 m (1,970 ft) wide and 160 m (525 ft) high. It can be seen from the hills on the opposite side of the valley in the town of Denizli, 20 km away. Tourism is and has been a major industry. People have bathed in its pools for thousands of years. As recently as the mid-20th century, hotels were built over the ruins of Hieropolis, causing considerable damage. An approach road was built from the valley over the terraces, and motor bikes were allowed to go up and down the slopes. When the area was declared a World Heritage Site, the hotels were demolished and the road removed and replaced with artificial pools. Wearing shoes in the water is prohibited to protect the deposits.Pamukkale is a tourist attraction. It is recognized as a World Heritage Site together with Hierapolis. Hierapolis-Pamukkale was made a World Heritage Site in 1988
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Explore Unknown Ancient Ruins in Turkey, 11th - 26th March, Hattusha, Cappadocia and much more

Explore Unknown Ancient Ruins in Turkey, 11th - 26th March, Hattusha, Cappadocia and much more

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Ephesus, Turkey: Ancient City

Ephesus, Turkey: Ancient City

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More info about travel to Turkey: http://www.ricksteves.com/europe/turkey Rick joins his friend (and guide for Rick's bus tours through Turkey), to learn about the ancient home of the Ephesians — one of the world’s greatest classical sites. At http://www.ricksteves.com, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.
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Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary

Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary

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Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary. Uploaded by MILITARY HISTORY 2015. The Military History of Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar. Recruited from Christian populations of the Balkans and . Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary. Ancient Turkey and Knights Templar | MILITARY HISTORY Documentary japanese history documentary bbc.
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Gobekli Tepe Ancient Ruins That Predate Known Civilization [FULL VIDEO]

Gobekli Tepe Ancient Ruins That Predate Known Civilization [FULL VIDEO]

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In southeast Turkey stands the oldest temple in the world. At nearly 12,000 years old, Gobekli Tepe is an enigma to archaeology. Consisting of a series of stone circles, made up of T-shaped pillars bearing exquisite carvings of animals, birds, insects and abstract human figures, this ritual complex was constructed at the end of the last Ice Age by faceless individuals, who rose far beyond the conventional understanding of the hunter-gatherers who occupied the Eurasian continent at this time. Why were these amazing stone circles buried overnight, sometime around 10,000 year ago? It is an enigma that seems to start in Africa some 17,000 years ago, and ends with not only the creation of civilization down in the fertile crescent of Mesopotamia, but also in the sudden emergence of the ancient Egyptian civilization, where the story continues with the discovery in 2008 of a cave underworld beneath the plateau at Giza. Powerful evidence suggests that this underground complex existed ever before even the Pyramid Age, and might well reflect an African origin to the roots of ancient Egyptian religion. It might also hold the key to answering claims that in the vicinity of the Sphinx is a lost Hall of Records.
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Magnificent Ancient Ruins of Ephesus, Turkey (With Facts/Figures)

Magnificent Ancient Ruins of Ephesus, Turkey (With Facts/Figures)

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Ancient Ephesus, Turkey is known as the City of the Gods. It was an ancient Greek city built in the 10th Century B.C. which flourished under the control of the Roman Republic in 129 B.C. It once had a population of over 50,000 people. As you can see from the video, there are many ruins that are left to remind us of a great city that once was.
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Stunning 2,200 Year-Old  Mosaics Discovered in Ancient Greek City in Turkey.

Stunning 2,200 Year-Old Mosaics Discovered in Ancient Greek City in Turkey.

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Stunning 2,200 Year-Old Mosaics Discovered in Ancient Greek City in Turkey. - Finds were underwater and more still remain to be dug out. ~~ Links: 1) https://dailymedia.info/stunning-2200-year-old-mosaics-discovered-ancient-greek-city-2/ 2) Thumbnail image - https://dailymedia.info/stunning-2200-year-old-mosaics-discovered-ancient-greek-city-2/ 3) Music - Youtube Audio Library "Ambient Ambulance" https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/
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Ancient Roman Ruins in Turkey-Aspendos, Perge, Asklepion (with Narration, Facts/Figures)

Ancient Roman Ruins in Turkey-Aspendos, Perge, Asklepion (with Narration, Facts/Figures)

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The ancient Roman Empire was far reaching and it included Turkey. It was amazing to see 2,000 year-old Roman ruins in Aspendos (Roman theater and aqueduct), Perge (Roman city), and The Asklepion (ancient healing center and psychiatric hospital). I had to remind myself that I was in Turkey and not in Italy.
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Ancient Flesh-Eating Tombs Found In Turkey?

Ancient Flesh-Eating Tombs Found In Turkey?

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Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory The Archaeological site of Assos, located in the south-western part of the Biga Peninsula, is thought to have first been settled during the Bronze Age. The location of the Assos settlement is unique in its equisite, and once highly complex design, an effortless mingling with that of the natural environment, combined with the foundation of the architecture. One of the most remarkable landmarks from Assos, is the sheer rock walled acropolis at the highest point of the city. It is also the home of the world’s most curiously peculiar burial tombs, now known commonly as the “meat eaters” they are notoriously known throughout the region for their unique abilitiy, of being able to dissolve the remains of the locals in surprisingly short periods of time. “The meat eater tombs are clearly ancient, yet their true antiquity is still unknown, they were originally cut to rough designs, with their interior, and detailed decorations completed in the graveyard. Some long term investigative researchers at the site, are clearly fascinated with this phenomenon, and have been eagerly trying to figure out just whats causing the bodies to decompose so quickly, in these particular tombs. The current, favourite theory, is that of a high content of aluminium within the stone used. Some claiming that the aluminium material is whats causing the fast decomposition. Maybe the locals of Assos somehow figured out that aluminium could corrode flesh if added in specific quantities to the stone, subsequently putting this material inside the tombs to decompose the bodies within a short period of time. The meat eater tombs of Assos become more famous every day as more and more specialists become aware of their fascinating and unique characteristics. Professor Nurettin Aslan, head of the Archaeology Department, thus, head of the excavations in the ancient city told us, quote, “The fact that these tombs were exported to different countries, shows that they were very expensive and highly sought after tombs, specifically due to their decomposition abilities. We can say that the Assos tombs were particularly preferred by people who read Plinius, and the tombs are generally found to be two meters long and a metre wide. However, It is also possible to see even wider and longer tombs on site in Assos too. Their weight is usually found to be around three tons, with them created from a material known as andesite stone. The decorations are also unique to Assos only. For example, all tombs from within Rome had three wreathes along their side, while the Assos tombs only present two. Just how did this ancient culture manage to accomplish such a peculiar feat? Assos was originally a small rich town in the Çanakkale Province of Turkey, founded from 1000 to 900 BC by Aeolian colonists from Lesbo. In 530BC, the settlers would build a Doric Temple to Athena on the top of the steep crag which makes up the spine of this ancient town build, this town is where Hermias, the student of Plato, ruled the region, he brought great prosperity and transformation to Assos attracting some of the greatest philosophical minds of the world, was it one of these special characters who holds the key to this riddle? Asos is also where Aristotle was married to Pythia in 348 BC. This 'golden period' of Assos ended several years later when the Persians invaded,subsequently torturing Hermias to death. The Persians were driven out by Alexander the Great in 334 BC. Between 241 and 133 BC, the city was ruled by the Kings of Pergamon. However, in 133 BC, the Pergamons lost control of the city as it was absorbed by the Roman Empire. Just how do the meat eater tombs work? Regardless of the currently peddled theories, we still do not know, they remain an enigma to science, and a mystery to history.
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