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About three years ago, intrigued by the first scant details of the site, I flew out to Gobekli.

Yet there is plenty of historical evidence to show that the writers of the Bible, when talking of Eden, were, indeed, describing this corner of Kurdish Turkey.But then they found that they couldn't feed so many people with regular hunting and gathering.The world's first farmyard pigs were domesticated at Cayonu, just 60 miles away.The site of Gobekli Tepe is simple enough to describe.The oblong stones, unearthed by the shepherd, turned out to be the flat tops of awesome, T-shaped megaliths.'To build such a place as this, the hunters must have joined together in numbers.

After they finished building, they probably congregated for worship.

No one is sure, but this may be the earliest evidence for human sacrifice: one of the most inexplicable of human behaviours and one that could have evolved only in the face of terrible societal stress.

Around 8,000 BC, the creators of Gobekli turned on their achievement and entombed their glorious temple under thousands of tons of earth, creating the artificial hills on which that Kurdish shepherd walked in 1994. Maybe it was interred as a kind of penance: a sacrifice to the angry gods, who had cast the hunters out of paradise.

Thus, when you put it all together, the evidence is persuasive.

Gobekli Tepe is, indeed, a 'temple in Eden', built by our leisured and fortunate ancestors - people who had time to cultivate art, architecture and complex ritual, before the traumas of agriculture ruined their lifestyle, and devastated their paradise.

As the carvings on the stones show - and as archaeological remains reveal - this was once a richly pastoral region.