Rex Geissler

Rex Geissler, Researcher & Explorer – Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Rex Geissler grew up in Carthage, Illinois, near where Iowa, Illinois and Missouri meet at the Mississippi River. Rex’s home in Carthage was three blocks from where Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, was killed. Rex’s love of sports including basketball, golf, cross-country, and football led him to start an annual Easter Basketball Tournament (http://www.greatcommission.com/carthage/) in his hometown, where he played on the Carthage Blueboys High School Basketball Team and was named 1983 Western Illinois Player of the Year and Hancock County MVP. Of course, Geissler’s 6’4″ frame helped out quite a bit . The Easter Basketball Tournament grew to include a couple hundred male and female players from around the United States, over 300 1-1, 2-2, 3-3, and Mixed Doubles basketball games, Dunk Contest, Road Race, and Banquet with Guest Speaker over the annual two weekend stretch while playing on five different courts from 8AM to 10PM on many days during the tournament’s eleven year history. And for Rex, the tournament was instrumental in helping grow his organizational abilities and teaching him the value of loyalty and keeping in touch with friends. 

Rex Geissler graduated from Carthage High School as Valedictorian and then attended Illinois State University for four years where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 3.91 GPA and Bachelor of Science Degree from the Computer Science program in 1987. Since 1987, Geissler has worked in the software industry for IBM from 1987 to 1993 in Boulder, Colorado, as a consultant programmer from 1993 to 1998 for Walt Disney Studios, Banker’s Trust, Southern California Edison Energy, Prudential Real Estate, and AARP, and as a pre-sales software consultant from 1998 to the present day for Sybase, an SAP Company, specializing in the Sybase IQ Data Warehouse, Analytics, and Reporting software.

Rex Geissler began studying the Bible with his High School Basketball & Cross Country Coach “Shu” Shumaker during the summer of his Junior to Senior year at Illinois State University and thanks to God’s grace, committed his life to Christ when he was baptized July 27, 1986. After graduation, Rex moved to Boulder, Colorado where he worked as a programmer/analyst for IBM for six years. Geissler moved from Boulder to Los Angeles at the end of 1992 to help support a church in Long Beach by leading Bible studies and aiding in the church administration. Rex began a non-profit Bible & Book Ministry which distributed thousands of Bibles and spiritual books in the mid 1990s to 24 geographical church locations throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area. This non-profit work became a small publishing house named GCI Books, which has published ten books distributing over 12,000 volumes since 1995. GCI Books (http://greatcommission.com) focused primarily on the Bible’s history, scientific issues, exegesis, and topical studies. GCI’s published works include several different authors and books such as Is There A God? – Questions About Science and the Bible, Reasons For Belief – A Handbook of Christian Evidence, Keeping The Faith – The Early Church and the Apostolic Pattern by John Engler, Daniel – Prophet to the Nations, and The Grass Really Isn’t Greener – Unfaithfulness and Restoration to God. Rex authored and published a very detailed study of water baptism, Born of Water. After seven years in Long Beach and after Rex’s parents passed away in Illinois during the fall of 1998, Rex relocated his family to Highlands Ranch, Colorado in 1999 where his family currently resides. 

Rex met Mount Ararat researcher and explorer B.J. Corbin in 1995 when Corbin was searching for a publisher for his collaborative book, The Explorers Of Ararat. Geissler and Corbin became great friends as they worked together expanding Corbin’s initial ideas into the encyclopedic, history book, The Explorers Of Ararat: And the Search for Noah’s Ark (http://www.noahsarksearch.com/book). Rex published, co-edited, co-authored, and helped coordinate the 21 co-authors to produce this 482-page, 265-photograph book in its original format and then expanded it into the 33 co-author, 3rd Edition, on-line version of the book. The book is known as an honest, fair-minded, objective, and hard-working research history, stating both the pro and con for each story and alleged claim. 

Rex Geissler began the 501(c)(3) non-profit archaeological research foundation ArcImaging (Archaeological Imaging Research Consortium at http://arcimaging.org) in 1999 after his research and studies for The Explorers Of Ararat book were complete. Geissler has been the ArcImaging President since its inception. B.J. Corbin joined Geissler to start ArcImaging, became the ArcImaging Vice President, and works hand-in-hand with Geissler as the two ArcImaging officers. Geissler has always been interested in man’s history, visiting and photographing many biblical archaeology sites and museums throughout Israel, Turkey, Egypt, Sinai, Greece, Italy, England, Spain, France, Germany, China, Taiwan, Singapore, and the United States (http://greatcommission.com). 

Mr. Geissler worked with Ataturk University in Erzurum, Turkey during October 2000 to create, type from Turkish into English, and sign the Agreement of Collaboration for archaeological research in Eastern Anatolia (http://www.arcimaging.org/GeisslerRex/GeisslerRex1AI.html). Geissler photographed and posted the 2000 ArcImaging Turkey Photo Album from his extensive ArcImaging Research Expedition. Mr. Geissler coordinated the trip and hosting of the Ataturk University Rector and Dean of Sciences & Arts who are over the Archaeology Department on a visit to ArcImaging’s Colorado headquarters, which included many scientific tours and ArcImaging presentations. 

For the first time since 1989, the Turkish Embassy announced on October 10, 2001 that an international research group, ArcImaging, received federal permission from the Turkish Government and various Turkish Ministries including the Military and the Ministry of Culture to perform scientific research on Mount Ararat. Rex Geissler and ArcImaging were extremely pleased and grateful to the nation of Turkey and to Ataturk University for their support in this scientific research and for this privilege. 

Based on the 2001 ArcImaging permission granted by the Turkish Government entities, Rex Geissler was the Project Coordinator on the 2001 ArcImaging Mount Ararat Research Expedition, which was extremely successful and productive. Mr. Geissler and ArcImaging are grateful to the nation of Turkey and to all Turkish entities for their support in this archaeological research. Geissler and ArcImaging look forward to working together with the nation of Turkey as this scientific research continues over the upcoming years and decades to come and Rex recently signed and notarized a new contract with Ataturk University in May 2006. Both Geissler and Corbin were featured on the 2001 History Channel Documentary, History’s Mysteries: The Search For Noah’s Ark, which aired nation-wide numerous times on the History Channel. 

Turkey & Seven Churches of Revelation Photo Album by Rex Geissler

Turkey & Seven Churches of Revelation Photo Album by Rex Geissler

In numerous Christian churches, Rex has taught Biblical Archaeology classes and Seven Churches of Revelation classes with many archaeological photographs. Rex is serving on the Board of Directors for a conservative archaeological organization Associates for Biblical Research (ABR) and is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Camp Como Christian Camp (http://www.campcomo.com). He has written several database programs to help track of non-profit supporters, etc. 

While Rex has enjoyed many blessings in life, Rex is focused on spending as much time as possible with his wonderful wife Michele and four fun-loving sons (http://greatcommission.com/family). 

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Adana Mosque with Many Minarets 2000 #1
Adana Museum 2000 #1
Adana Museum 2000 #2
Adana Museum 2000 #3
Adana Museum 2000 #4
Adana Museum 2000 #5
Adana Museum 2000 #6 Heracles
Adana Museum 2000 #7
Adana Museum 2000 #8
Adana Museum 2000 #9
Adana Museum 2000 #10
Adana Museum 2000 #11
Adana Museum 2000 #12
Adana Museum 2000 #13
Adana Museum 2000 #14
Adana Museum 2000 #15
Adana Museum 2000 #16
Adana Museum 2000 #17
Adana Museum 2000 #18
Adana Museum 2000 #19
Adana Museum 2000 #20
Aegean Sea Ephesus Shoreline 2000 #1
Aegean Sea Ephesus Shoreline with Greek Islands 2000 #1
Ahtamar Armenian Church 2000 #1
Ahtamar Armenian Church 2000 #2
Ahtamar Armenian Church 1985 Found in Jerusalem Photo Shop 1999 #1
Ahtamar Armenian Church Elfred Lee 1985 Found in Jerusalem Photo Shop 1999 #2
Akhisar (Thyatira) Ruins 2000 #1 (4th of 7 Churches of Revelation)
Akhisar (Thyatira) Ruins 2000 #2
Akhisar (Thyatira) Ruins 2000 #3
Akhisar (Thyatira) Ruins 2000 #4
Akhisar (Thyatira) Ruins 2000 #5
Ani Church 2000 #1 (“City of a Thousand Armenian Churches”)
Ani Church 2000 #2
Ani Church 2000 #3
Ani Church 2000 #4
Ani Church 2000 #5
Ani Church 2000 #6
Ani Church 2000 #7
Ani Church 2000 #8
Ani Church 2000 #9
Ani Church 2000 #10
Ani Church 2000 #11
Ani Church 2000 #12
Ani Church 2000 #13
Ani Church 2000 #14
Ani Church 2000 #15
Ani Church 2000 #16
Ani Church 2000 #17
Ani Church Converted to Seljuk Caravan Hotel 2000 #1
Ani Church Converted to Seljuk Caravan Hotel 2000 #2
Ani Canyon Caves 2000 #1
Ani Canyon Caves 2000 #2
Ani Donkey 2000 #1
Ani Grinding Stone 2000 #1
Ani Wall and Gate 2000 #1
Aralik Armenian Church 2000 #1
Aralik Armenian Church 2000 #2
Ararat 2000 #1 (Big and Little Ararat are Two of the Many Mountains in the Biblical “Mountains of Urartu/Ararat which is a Region containting Thousands of Square Miles”)
Ararat 2000 #2
Ararat 2000 #3
Ararat 2000 #4
Ararat 2000 #5
Ararat 2000 #6
Ararat 2000 #7
Ararat 2000 #8
Ararat 2000 #9
Ararat 2000 #10
Ararat 2000 #11
Ararat 2000 #12
Ararat 2000 #13
Ararat 2000 #14
Ararat 2000 #15
Ararat 2000 #16
Ararat 2000 #17
Ararat 2000 #18
Ararat 2000 #19
Ararat 2000 #20
Ararat 2000 #21
Ararat 2000 #22
Ararat 2000 #23 (Turkeys in Turkey)
Ararat Aralik Turnoff 2000 #1
Ararat Aralik Turnoff 2000 #2
Ararat Bulakbasic Turnoff 2000 #1
Ararat Melekli Turnoff 2000 #1
Ararat Meteor at Iranian Border 2000 #1
Ararat Meteor at Iranian Border 2000 #2
Ararat Meteor at Iranian Border 2000 #3
Ararat Meteor at Iranian Border 2000 #4
Ararat Meteor Sign at Iranian Border 2000 #1
Ararat Sunset 2000 #1
Ararat Sunset 2000 #2
Ararat Sunset 2000 #3
Ararat Sunset 2000 #4


B

Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #1
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #2
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #3
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #4
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #5
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #6
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #7
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #8
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #9
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #10
Bayazit Isaak Pasha c. 1784 AD 2000 #11
Bayazit Ruins Destroyed by Earthquake c. 1933 AD 2000 #1
Bayazit Ruins Destroyed by Earthquake c. 1933 AD 2000 #2
Bayazit Ruins Destroyed by Earthquake c. 1933 AD 2000 #3
Bayazit Ruins Destroyed by Earthquake c. 1933 AD 2000 #4
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #1
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #2
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #3
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #4
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #5
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #6
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #7
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #8
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #9
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #10
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #11
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #12
Bayazit Urartian Ruins 2000 #13
Baykan Sheep 20001.jpg 2000 #1
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Doric Stoa Agora 2000 #1 (Hypocrates Health Center and 3rd of 7 Churches of Revelation)
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Doric Stoa Agora 2000 #2
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Galleries 2000 #1
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Galleries 2000 #2
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Galleries Theatre 2000 #1
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Healing Area 2000 #1
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Healing Area 2000 #2
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Healing Tunnel 2000 #1
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Snakes Galleries Theatre 2000 #1
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Theatre 2000 #1
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Theatre 2000 #2
Bergama (Pergamum) Asklepion Theatre 2000 #3
Bergama (Pergamum) Library 2000 #1 (200,000 Volumes given by Marc Anthony to Cleopatra and Alexandria Libary)
Bergama (Pergamum) Library 2000 #2
Bergama (Pergamum) Temple of Emperor Trajan 2000 #1 (Emperor Cult Worship Perhaps the “Seat of Satan’s Throne”)
Bergama (Pergamum) Temple of Emperor Trajan 2000 #2
Bergama (Pergamum) Temple of Emperor Trajan 2000 #3
Bergama (Pergamum) Temple of Emperor Trajan 2000 #4
Bergama (Pergamum) Temple of Emperor Trajan 2000 #5
Bergama (Pergamum) Temple of Emperor Trajan 2000 #6
Bergama (Pergamum) Temple of Zeus 2000 #1 (Completely Removed to Germany)
Bergama (Pergamum) Theatre 2000 #1 (A Number of Early Christians were Thrown to Wild Beasts Here
Bergama (Pergamum) Theatre 2000 #2
Bergama (Pergamum) Theatre 2000 #3
Bergama (Pergamum) Theatre Temple Dionysus 2000 #1
Birecik Euphrates River 2000 #1 (Pre-flood Boundary of the Garden of Eden, Crossed by Jacob when Leaving Laban)
Bitlis Caravan Hotel 2000 #1


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Cizre Flat Tire 2000 #1
Cizre Flat Tire 2000 #2 (Tour Guide Tugrul)
Cizre Romanus Campus 2000 #1
Cizre Romanus Campus 2000 #2
Cizre Romanus Campus 2000 #3
Cizre Romanus Campus 2000 #4
Colossae Looking Out from Tell 2000 #1
Colossae Looking Out from Tell 2000 #2
Colossae Theatre 2000 #1
Cudi Dagi Southeastern Turkey Looking East 2000 #1
Cudi Dagi Southeastern Turkey Looking East 2000 #2
Cudi Dagi Southeastern Turkey Looking East 2000 #3
Cudi Dagi Southeastern Turkey Looking East 2000 #4
Cudi Dagi Southeastern Turkey Looking East 2000 #5
Cudi Dagi Southeastern Turkey Looking East 2000 #6
Cudi Dagi South Central Turkey Near Sanli Urfa and Harran 2000 #1
Cudi Dagi South Central Turkey Near Sanli Urfa and Harran 2000 #2
Cudi Dagi South Central Turkey Near Sanli Urfa and Harran 2000 #3


D

Dogubayazit Military Parade 2000 #1 (Turkey Birthday October 29th
Dogubayazit Military Parade 2000 #2
Dogubayazit Military Parade 2000 #3
Dogubayazit Military Parade 2000 #4
Durupinar 1959 #1 (Geologic Formation in Geologic Flow)
Durupinar 2000 #1
Durupinar 2000 #2
Durupinar 2000 #3
Durupinar 2000 #4
Durupinar 2000 #5
Durupinar 2000 #6
Durupinar “Noah’s Ark” Fallacy


E

Ephesus Celsus Library 2000 #1 (1st of 7 Churches of Revelation, Two Walls to Protect Books from Humidity)
Ephesus Celsus Library 2000 #2
Ephesus Celsus Library 2000 #3
Ephesus Celsus Library 2000 #4
Ephesus Church of Virgin Mary Baptistry 2000 #1 (Note that Immersion was the Early Christian Practice)
Ephesus Curetes Street Leading from Lower City Up to Upper State City 2000 #1
Ephesus Heracles Gate 2000 #1
Ephesus Latrina 2000 #1 (No Toilet Paper just Running Water in Front)
Ephesus St. John Church 2000 #1
Ephesus Museum Lion 2000 #1
Ephesus State Agora 2000 #1
Ephesus State Agora Odeion City Hall Meeting Place 2000 #1
Ephesus St. John Church Apostle John’s Grave 2000 #1
Ephesus Temple Domitian 2000 #1
Ephesus Temple Hadrian 2000 #1
Ephesus Theatre (Seating 25,000 where the Ephesians shouted for two hours “Great is Artemis of the Ephesians” because Paul helped many Ephesians become Christians and Silver Idol Trade was Threatened, Next to the Harbor Road where people would arrive from the ships although the harbor is now silted over) 2000 #1
Ephesus Theatre 2000 #2
Ephesus Theatre 2000 #3
Ephesus Theatre 2000 #4
Ephesus Theatre 2000 #5
Ephesus Varius Baths 2000 #1
Erzurum Double Minarets 2000 #1
Erzurum Museum Relief 2000 #1
Erzurum Seljuk Bridge 2000 #1
Erzurum Structure 2000 #1
Erzurum Teaching Structure 2000 #1
Erzurum Traditional Turks 2000 #1
Erzurum Turkish Rex 2000 #1


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Gevas Vastan Mausoleum 2000 #1
Gordion Tumulus King Midas c. 700 BC 2000 #1
Gordion Tumulus King Midas c. 700 BC 2000 #2
Gordion Tumulus King Midas c. 700 BC 2000 #3


H

Harran 2000 #1 (Second Home of Abraham and Location where Roman Emperor Caracalla who was renamed “Marcus Aurelius Antoninus” was Murdered in 217 AD)
Harran 2000 #2
Harran 2000 #3
Harran 2000 #4
Harran 2000 #5
Harran 2000 #6
Harran Castle 2000 #1
Harran Castle 2000 #2
Harran University 2000 #1 (Destroyed By Ghenghis Khan)
Harran University 2000 #2
Harran University 2000 #3
Hasankeyf Minaret Storks 2000 #1
Hasankeyf on Tigris River 2000 #1 (Pre-flood Boundary of the Garden of Eden, Dam will cause most of Hasankeyf to be Immersed Shortly)
Hasankeyf on Tigris River 2000 #2
Hasankeyf on Tigris River 2000 #3
Hasankeyf on Tigris River 2000 #4
Hasankeyf on Tigris River 2000 #5
Hasankeyf on Tigris River 2000 #6
Hasankeyf on Tigris River 2000 #7
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Church and Graves 2000 #1 (Where Barnabas and Apostles Paul and Peter Ministered)
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Church and Graves 2000 #2
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Church and Graves 2000 #3
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Church and Graves 2000 #4
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Church and Graves 2000 #5
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Church and Graves 2000 #6
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Museum 2000 #1
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Museum 2000 #2
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Museum 2000 #3
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Museum 2000 #4
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Museum 2000 #5
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Museum 2000 #6
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Museum 2000 #7
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Olive Trees 2000 #1
Hatay (Antakya Syrian Antioch) Orontes River 2000 #1
Hierapolis Baths 2000 #1
Hierapolis Baths 2000 #2
Hierapolis Gate 2000 #1
Hierapolis Latrina 2000 #1
Hierapolis Martyrium of Apostle Phillip 2000 #1
Hierapolis Mausoleum 2000 #1
Hierapolis Pamukkale Hot Springs 2000 #1
Hierapolis Pamukkale Hot Springs 2000 #2
Hierapolis Pamukkale Hot Springs 2000 #3
Hierapolis Pamukkale Terraces 2000 #1
Hierapolis Pamukkale Terraces 2000 #2
Hierapolis Pamukkale Terraces 2000 #3
Hierapolis Sarcophagus 2000 #1
Hierapolis Stones 2000 #1
Hierapolis Stones 2000 #2
Hierapolis Theatre 2000 #1
Hierapolis Theatre 2000 #2
Hierapolis Theatre 2000 #3
Hierapolis Theatre 2000 #4


I

Istanbul (Byzantium Constantinople) Hagia Sophia Church 2000 #1
Istanbul (Byzantium Constantinople) Hagia Sophia Church 2000 #1
Istanbul (Byzantium Constantinople) Hagia Sophia Church with Guide Reyhan 2000 #1
Istanbul (Byzantium Constantinople) Waiter 2000 #1
Izmir (Smyrna Seven Churches of Revelation) 2000 #1
Izmir (Smyrna) Agora (Marketplace) 2000 #1
Izmir (Smyrna) Agora 2000 #2
Izmir (Smyrna) Agora 2000 #3
Izmir (Smyrna) Agora 2000 #4
Izmir (Smyrna) Agora 2000 #5


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K

Kars Museum Grinding Stone 2000 #1
Kars Museum Figures and Columns 2000 #1
Kars Mountain Scenery 2000 #1
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #1 Remains of Armenian Church with Ararat in Background
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #2 Armenian Church Stone with Katchkar Crosses and Ararat in Background
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #3 Armenian Church Stone with Drawing of the Church
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #4 Armenian Church Stones
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #5 Turkish Villagers Explain the Origins of Kazan
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #6 Church Stone with Hole Pointing Toward Ararat
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #7 Children and Stone with Katchkar Crosses
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #8 Necklace Pendant Front Side
Kazan Sagliksuyu 2000 #9 Necklace Pendant Back Side


L

Laodicea Corroded Waterworks Jesus’ Play on Words with the City Attributes (Where Cicero was a Leader and 7th of 7 Churches of Revelation) 2000 #1
Laodicea Hippodrome 2000 #1
Laodicea Hippodrome 2000 #2
Laodicea Sheep Among Ruins 2000 #1
Laodicea Theatre Greek 2000 #1 (Looking Out to Natural Scenery)
Laodicea Theatre Greek 2000 #2
Laodicea Theatre Greek 2000 #3
Laodicea Theatre Greek 2000 #4
Laodicea Theatre Roman 2000 #1 (Looking Toward the City)
Laodicea Unexcavated Ruins 2000 #1
Laodicea Unexcavated Ruins 2000 #2
Laodicea Unexcavated Ruins 2000 #3


M

Mardin Mesopotamian Plain of Syria 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery 300 Year Old Bible 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery 300 Year Old Bible 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery Ancient Walls & Ceiling 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery Baptistry 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery Baptistry 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery Baptistry 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery Sanctuary 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery Tombs with Bishops Sitting Up 2000 #1
Mardin Monastery Tombs with Bishops Sitting Up 2000 #1
Muslim Lady Covered 2000 #1
Muslim Lady Covered 2000 #2


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Philadelphia Church 2000 #1 (6th of 7 Churches of Revelation)
Philadelphia Church 2000 #2
Philadelphia Church 2000 #3
Philadelphia Sarcophagus 2000 #1


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Sanli Urfa Pool of Abraham 2000 #1 (Islam’s Ur of the Chaldeans in Upper Mesopotamia and Good Possibility Alternative to Urartu and Lower Mesopotamiam Ur)
Sanli Urfa Pool of Abraham 2000 #2
Sanli Urfa Pool of Abraham 2000 #3
Sanli Urfa Pool of Abraham 2000 #4
Sanli Urfa Pool of Abraham 2000 #5 (Sacred Carp)
Sanli Urfa Pool of Abraham 2000 #6
Sanli Urfa Pool of Abraham 2000 #7
Sardis Church 2000 #1 (5th of 7 Churches of Revelation)
Sardis Coin Mint 2000 #1
Sardis Gymnasium 2000 #1
Sardis Gymnasium 2000 #2
Sardis Gymnasium 2000 #3
Sardis Gymnasium 2000 #4
Sardis Synagogue 2000 #1
Sardis Synagogue 2000 #2
Sardis Synagogue 2000 #3
Sardis Synagogue 2000 #4
Sardis Temple Artemis 2000 #1
Sardis Temple Artemis 2000 #2
Sardis Temple Artemis 2000 #3
Sardis Temple Artemis 2000 #4
Sardis Wall 2000 #1
Sardis Wall 2000 #2
Seytan Koprusu Sheep 2000 #1
Seytan Koprusu Sheep 2000 #2
Seytan Koprusu Waterfall 2000 #1
Seytan Koprusu Waterfall 2000 #2
Seytan Koprusu Waterfall 2000 #3
Siirt Canyon 2000 #1
Siirt Kurdish Shepherd 2000 #1
Sirnak Village Winter Fuel 2000 #1
Sirnak Village Winter Fuel 2000 #2


T

Tarsus Ataturk 2000 #1 (There could be more photos, paintings, statues and impressions of Ataturk than any other human being in history with the exception of Jesus Christ and perhaps Mary due to the Catholic church as Ataturk is in practically every town, village and office)
Tarsus Ataturk 2000 #2
Tarsus Gate given for Cleopatra by Marc Anthony 2000 #1
Tarsus Well of Paul 2000 #1
Tarsus Well of Paul 2000 #2
Tarsus Well of Paul 2000 #3
Tendurek Mountain 2000 #1


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Van Museum Bronze Bulls 2000 #1
Van Museum Chalcolithic Drawing 2000 #1
Van Museum Chalcolithic Drawing 2000 #2
Van Museum Mongol Helmets 2000 #1
Van Museum Cuneiform Writing 2000 #1
Van Museum Cuneiform Writing 2000 #2
Van Museum Urartian Figures 2000 #1
Van Museum Urartian Figures 2000 #2
Van Museum Urartian Relief 2000 #1
Van Museum Victims’ Skulls from 1915 2000 #1
Van Ruins from Destruction in 1915-1918 2000 #1
Van Ruins from Destruction in 1915-1918 2000 #2
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #1
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #2
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #3
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #4
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #5
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #6
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #7
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #8
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #9
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #10
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #11
Van (Tushpa) Urartian Castle c. 855 BC 2000 #12


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