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Lepenski Vir Collection « National Museum in Belgrade

Lepenski Vir Collection « National Museum in Belgrade

Lepenski Vir Collection « National Museum in Belgrade

Lepenski Vir Collection « National Museum in Belgrade

meso2015 Lepenski Vir

meso2015 Lepenski Vir

Billedsten fundet ved Horsens fjord som forestiller en mand med en stor fallos og fisk i hænderne

Billedsten fundet ved Horsens fjord som forestiller en mand med en stor fallos og fisk i hænderne

Discoveries from Lepenski Vir (Лепенски Вир, Lepen Whirl) - a Mesolithic archaeological site located in eastern Serbia, central Balkan peninsula, which consists of one large settlement with around 10 satellite villages. The evidence suggests the first human presence in the locality around 7000 BC with the culture reaching its peak between 5300 BC and 4800 BC.

Discoveries from Lepenski Vir (Лепенски Вир, Lepen Whirl) - a Mesolithic archaeological site located in eastern Serbia, central Balkan peninsula, which consists of one large settlement with around 10 satellite villages. The evidence suggests the first human presence in the locality around 7000 BC with the culture reaching its peak between 5300 BC and 4800 BC.

THE SYMBOLS FOR THE CREATOR/ ALL GOD. ACROSS ALL CULTURES. ANOTHER COINCIDENCE THAT THEY LOOK THE SAME?

THE SYMBOLS FOR THE CREATOR/ ALL GOD. ACROSS ALL CULTURES. ANOTHER COINCIDENCE THAT THEY LOOK THE SAME?

The so-called Danube Script  is a script that appeared some 2,000 years earlier than any other known writing.  It appeared in southeast Europe c.7300 BC. The script first appeared in the central Balkans, but quickly spread to southern Hungary, Transylvania, the Danube valley, Macedonia, and northern Greece.    The Danube script flourished up to about 5,500 BC, when a social upheaval apparently took place. The script is currently undecipherable

The so-called Danube Script is a script that appeared some 2,000 years earlier than any other known writing. It appeared in southeast Europe c.7300 BC. The script first appeared in the central Balkans, but quickly spread to southern Hungary, Transylvania, the Danube valley, Macedonia, and northern Greece. The Danube script flourished up to about 5,500 BC, when a social upheaval apparently took place. The script is currently undecipherable

Zbirka Lepenski Vir « Narodni muzej u Beogradu

Zbirka Lepenski Vir « Narodni muzej u Beogradu

Discoveries from Lepenski Vir (Лепенски Вир, Lepen Whirl) - a Mesolithic archaeological site located in eastern Serbia, central Balkan peninsula, which consists of one large settlement with around 10 satellite villages. The evidence suggests the first human presence in the locality around 7000 BC with the culture reaching its peak between 5300 BC and 4800 BC.

Discoveries from Lepenski Vir (Лепенски Вир, Lepen Whirl) - a Mesolithic archaeological site located in eastern Serbia, central Balkan peninsula, which consists of one large settlement with around 10 satellite villages. The evidence suggests the first human presence in the locality around 7000 BC with the culture reaching its peak between 5300 BC and 4800 BC.

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