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23-09-2019, 13:57   #1
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Hi folks,

I am looking for some opinions here,

I know this may be Wayy off, but still, gotta try.

After seeing the carvings on the large stones at Goebekli Tepe, I saw a vague similarity to the carvings of Kelpies on Scottish standing stones.

Am I delerious, or is there something to this possible match?
Could imagery from Turkey have made its way into Scottish Mythology?

Opinions please??
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Kelpies/Pictish carvings

Göbekli Tepe

I don't know, they're both animals carved in light relief but that seems like a fairly common artform that most ancient peoples will have done.
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There seems to be an angle that the two animals are positioned at that somehow can't seem to ignore.

Maybe it is nothing, but I just keep being drawn back to these two images.
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