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Murray next played at the 2010 Sony Ericsson Open, but lost his first match of the tournament to Mardy Fish, afterwards saying that his mind hadn't been fully on tennis.

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East of the hill lies the biblical plain of Harran, and to the south is the Syrian border, visible 20 miles away, pointing toward the ancient lands of Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent, the region that gave rise to human civilization.

And under our feet, according to archeologist Klaus Schmidt, are the stones that mark the spot—the exact spot—where humans began that ascent.

Most startling is the elaborate carving found on about half of the 50 pillars Schmidt has unearthed.

There are a few abstract symbols, but the site is almost covered in graceful, naturalistic sculptures and bas-reliefs of the animals that were central to the imagination of hunter-gatherers."Temples like to be on high sites," he adds, waving an arm over the stony, round hilltop."Sanctuaries like to be away from the mundane world."Unlike most discoveries from the ancient world, Göbekli Tepe was found intact, the stones upright, the order and artistry of the work plain even to the un-trained eye.

The 58-year-old of Vauxhall Street, Rainbow Hill, Worcester had been made an MBE and has been a member of the choir at St Stephen's Church in Barbourne, Worcester.

He admitted attempting to incite the boy who later revealed he was 16, not 14, to take part in sexual activity when he appeared at Worcester Crown Court on Friday to be sentenced.

He added another shield to his collection in Madrid; Murray ended 2008 ranked fourth in the world.

Murray also won tournaments in Doha, Marseille and St Petersburg.

It was as a result of this they discovered the conversations between Kemp and the 16-year-old.

Mr Shakoor said: "He replied that he didn't mind because he was 'cute'." Mr Shakoor said because the boy was not a child at the time it made it an 'attempt' rather than the 'full offence'.

This theory reverses a standard chronology of human origins, in which primitive man went through a "Neolithic revolution" 10,000 to 12,000 years ago.

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