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Archaeologists from Stanford find an 8,000-year-old ‘goddess figurine’ in central Turkey

A team of archaeologists led by Ian Hodder, professor of anthropology and of classics at Stanford, has unearthed an about 8,000-year-old figurine at Çatalhöyük, a Neolithic site in central Turkey.
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