From the Göbekli Tepe Research Project

Relaunch of Tepe Telegrams

It has been a long time since we last posted something on our blog “Tepe Telegrams”. The COVID-pandemic and everything that came with it also affected us. In the beginning, we had to rearrange all our work routines as everybody else and also had to reduce excavation works in 2020 to a bare minimum only focusing on small scale but necessary site conservation works. This was then followed by the work-loaded years 2021 and 2022 where we had to catch up with all that had been left behind. Now, finally, the time has come to breathe back some life into our blog and in the following weeks and months you will get to know the current team members, latest news and insights from Göbekli Tepe and our way of working. So stay tuned.


  1. Nacim fouad Amirouche

    Glad to read you again 🙂
    Awaiting the latest discoveries (housing, sedentarization…)

    • Terry Moran

      Well I’ll be…. The prodigal son returns! Was afraid Unesco politics had erased you forever! Wonderful to see you again. Welcome back!

  2. Claas

    Hurra!! Seems like ages ago! Like the previous poster, I’m very much looking forward to reading you again — the Tas Tepeler discoveries of recent years have been so exciting! Can hardly wait. All the best!

  3. Onoosh Garay Gahagan

    So glad to see that amid all the tragedies of the earthquakes and their aftermath, the site and (presumably) the museum in Sanliurfa were undamaged. And the rebirth of the website is a real gift for all of us fascinated by the archaeological, historical-cultural and artistic implications of the Göbekli Tepe excavations. My husband and I look forward to the future.

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