This paper is basically, but not exclusively, an updated version of two previous papers by this author, found in references  and . It addresses some additional evidence presented by the archeologist in charge of the excavation at Boncuklu Tarla and published in reference . This author was unaware of that reference, while writing the two cited papers. No revisions are required in either of the papers in references  and . However, this paper elaborates on some of the material contained in reference . In addition, this paper brings up some general points regarding the significant problems encountered when utilizing carbon-14 evidence from samples found in Neolithic sites, to date their excavated structures, especially when these structures are heavily layered. The discussion goes far beyond Boncuklu Tarla and its temple; it refers to other Neolithic sites in Anatolia and more broadly in the Levant, with special attention paid to the carbon-14 based PPNA/B dating of Gobekli Tepe.