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From RJ Models Restores to the Highest Standard the Ancient Historical Relics of Göbekli Tepe https://www.rjmodels.com.hk/G%C3%B6bekli+Tepe

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnomongnomon (/ˈnoʊmɒn, ˈnoʊmən/, from Greek γνώμων, gnōmōn, literally: “one that knows or examines”[1][2]) is the part of a sundial that casts a shadow. The term is used for a variety of purposes in mathematics and other fields.If you make an sundial or gnomon composed of a crescent and rod, (something like this ) https://mbwfurniture.wordpress.com/tag/ancient-egypt/

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As long as the sun has traveled across the sky, civilization has depended upon it to monitor the passing of time. Historians remain skeptical about the earliest sundials, but the first to appear in archaeological record are the Egyptian obelisks circa 3500 BCE. Babylonian astronomy utilized similar shadow clocks in 1500 BCE. 
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Image result for paleolithic gnomonFrom JSTOR The Gnomon in Egyptian Antiquity

=================================== The shadows made by crescent and rod has the shape of that “three downward-limbs figure” on Gobekli Tepe pillar ? ? ?. SEE THE GNOMON ABOVE THE SHADOW ! Otherwise is an extremely strange figure/shape allmost impossible to be explained. …. better instead of crescent, a “U” shape…

Sumerian GESTU

GESZTU~a
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From The Mathematics of Uruk and Susa(c.3500-3000BCE) Assad Ebrahim http://mathscitech.org/articles/mathematics-uruk-susa <<Intelligent person (LU2xGESZTU) is from LU2 (person) and GESZTU (ears, intelligence). Note that the sign for GESZTU is the same for ears, suggesting that intelligence is associated with listening well.>>

From Congress Volume – Page 100 – Google Books Resultbooks.google.ro › books International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament. Congress · 1978 · ‎Political Science… bilingual vocabulary as the equivalent of Sumerian gestu, “understanding

! ! Sumerian gestu, “understanding” < visa > γνώμων, gnōmōn, literally: “one that knows or examines ! ! From https://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-europe/g-bekli-tepe-shamans-and-their-cosmic-symbols-part-i-005175?fbclid=IwAR0WAVNtAhPVqBvLnk2lps3RaZMPI2Yi39OTRIitK4KIGxwX_t3Dwxn-o0U << Shamanic Observatory So, can we imagine that the symbols of Göbekli Tepe might have once been the symbols of shamans that were relevant to astronomy or cosmology. Was Göbekli Tepe an ancient observatory for shamans? Some scientists (B.G. Sidharth, Giuglio Magli and A. De Lorenzis) and researchers (Joe Plegge, Andrew Collins) specify that Göbekli Tepe was used as a celestial observatory. …..There are two central pillars in Göbeklitepe temples. There is question on if we define these two pillars as “The Dual Divinity,” in that they should be the “celestial parents” and “male and female principles” as well. In my opinion they were for the high-priests or head-shamans of Göbekli Tepe temples.

The Sumerian deity, Utu
In Sumerian mythology, sun god Utu stands between two columns which symbolize a gate; and the symbols are the sky and the earth. In Greek Mythology, the two pillars of Hercules guard the passage towards the unknown.
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Figure 8. Markings which appear to depict a sun or planet with supporting crescent, and two beaked twins above. Credit: Alistair Coombs At the pillar’s neck (fig.8) are convincing astronomical markings of a sun or planet disk with a crescent below.  Not only was the crescent a cultic image of the moon across later Mesopotamia, but even more immediately south of Göbekli Tepe at Harran, once a major cult centre of the moon god Sin.
https://cdli.ucla.edu/tools/SignLists/protocuneiform/archsigns.html Sign U4@t

https://www.sumerian.org/prot-sum.htm ud, u4: n., sun; light; day; time; weather; storm (demon).

bucranium on pillar - Gobekli Tepe
https://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-asia/g-bekli-tepe-great-year-001667 Figure 9. The bucranium on pillar 31. Credit: Alistair Coombs

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