Harbetsuvan Hill is located within the borders of Eyyübiye Municipality, 55 km from Şanlıurfa. The hill, which is 714 m above sea level, was first discovered in 2014, and excavations begin in 2017 and continue in an area of approximately 6 decares. It is stated that the area where there is no trace of agriculture was used by a hunter-gathering community in 9 thousand BC. The fact that no ceramics can be found in the area also proves that the past has gone to a non-pottery neolithic period.
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