It was called “burial in the sky” and was depicted on the obelisks in Göbeklitepe.

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Few Americans had online dating experience when Pew Research Center first polled on the activity in 2005, but today 15% of U. adults report they have used online dating sites or mobile dating apps.“The scene on the obelisk unearthed in Göbeklitepe could be construed as the first pictograph because it depicts an event thematically” explained Director of the Şanlıurfa Museum, Müslüm Ercan, to the Hurriyet Daily News . “It depicts a human head in the wing of a vulture and a headless human body under the stela.There are various figures like cranes and scorpions around this figure.This is the portrayal of a moment; it could be the first example of pictograph. We see this type of thing portrayal on the walls in 6,000-5,000 B. in Çatalhöyük [in modern-day western Turkey].” The artifacts discovered in the ancient city have provided information about ancient burial traditions in the area in which bodies were left in the open for raptors such as vultures to consume.According to Mr Ercan, this enabled the soul of the deceased to be carried into the sky.This tradition can be traced in part to the senior Mr.