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Boncuklu Site – View through the lens of time

View through the lens of time

Another layer of the interpretation was delivered this week. From inside the visitor centre building the large window which allows people to see the excavation mound has been updated with installation of an illustration by cartoonist Peter Carnavas on transparent film. Careful planning of the building’s location and positioning of the window now enables visitors inside the building to imagine what the village may have looked like 10,000 years ago. window-film-with-hoyuk

1 Comment

  • Amanda

    That looks brilliant and well done Steve and Peter. Do the buildings actually fit with where they were found on site ie. i see at least 3 on top of the right hand side of the big tent on the left…does that correlate directly to what was dug in that spot?

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