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Lepenski Vir, Koršo Hills File last updated; Friday, October 2014 COPYRIGHT©Don's Maps

Vratsa-history-museum-Gradeshnitsa-tablet-back - Gradeshnitsa tablets - 1969 in north-western Bulgaria (Gradeshnitsa village, Vratsa Province). The tablets are dated to the 5th millennium BC and are currently preserved in the Vratsa Archeological Museum of Bulgaria.[2] In 2006, these tablets were the subject of attention in Bulgarian media due to claims made by Stephen Guide, a Bulgarian American of the Institute of Transcendent Analysis, Long Beach, California, who claimed he had deciphered…

Vratsa-history-museum-Gradeshnitsa-tablet-back - Gradeshnitsa tablets - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sculpture from the ‘sanctuary under the rocks’, 6500-5500 BC (Lepenski Vir, Serbia)

Sculpture from the ‘sanctuary under the rocks’, BC (Lepenski Vir, Serbia) - Wikipedia

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Sculpture from the ‘sanctuary under the rocks’, 6500-5500 BC (Lepenski Vir, Serbia)

Sculpture from the ‘sanctuary under the rocks’, BC (Lepenski Vir, Serbia) this looks like the irish goddess Sheila Na gig

Fox artic teeth necklace. 26.000 years ago. Dolni Vestonice, Czech Republic

Upper Paleolithic necklace of pierced Arctic Fox teeth excavated near the village of Dolni Vestonice, Moravia, Czech Republic, BC. Photo by Don Hitchcock.

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