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- The Basics of Vedic Mythology
- The Vedic language forms a chain with the isolating, agglutinative and inflexional stages of the Indus language, as proved by the march of the clause ta na Sa of the isolating Indus to the vedic root tarS (to be thirsty). At the isolating stage of the...
Deities & Heros >> Indic
- Historical Christian Jewelry
- The art of jewelry making evolved though the centuries. In a sense, jewelry is any ornamentation or adornment on the body. Jewelry has been used not only for aesthetic reasons but also as an indication of a person’s status in life.
>> Body Mysteries
- History of the Egyptian Religion, part I: Early Dynastic Period
- I - Predynastic - Early Dynastic Period. The temples were in essence the *Home of the God* and thus a place where only Pharaoh as the Son of God and those he appointed as his deputies, could meet with the god. This goes all the way back to Archaic and...
Religions >> Egyptian
- Origins of the Celts
- Two new groups of people emerge in Central Europe during the late Neolithic (New Stone Age) period, one certainly immigrant. Each group may be distinguished archaeologically by characteristic artifacts found in their respective burial sites. One was a Bell...
History & Anthropology >> Celtic & Irish
- The Goddess Epona
- Lately, it seems that Epona is coming back into Her own with the growing popularity of the internet. Most people identify with Her through Her connection with horses - She is the protector of them, after all - but most people don't seem to be aware of all Her...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Prehistoric Bulgaria is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Prehistoric Bulgaria books and related discussion.
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- “special” stones in prehistoric practices: cases from bulgaria
- Centre of Thracology “Prof. Alexander Fol”, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1000 Sofia ... prehistoric sites – settlements, necropolis, sanctuaries and others.
- Ancient Bulgaria's Golden Treasures
- The flint tools were prehistoric. The green axes were copper—in shape like finds of the Copper Age in Bulgarian prehistory (about 5000 to 3000. B.
- Prehistoric cereal foods from Greece and Bulgaria - Lirias
- Oct 24, 2008 Prehistoric cereal foods from Greece and Bulgaria: investigation of starch microstructure in experimental and archaeological charred remains.
- Download full article (PDF; English with Bulgarian summary)
- Saborna Str, 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria; email@example.com ...
- Providia-Solinstata Prehistoric Salt-Production Center. The 2005
- It concerns the site of Provadia (formerly Mirovo) in North East Bulgaria and the ... archaeological evidence for the prehistory of Northeast Bulgaria (Chapter 2).
Suggested News Resources
- 'Homo Sapiens': Berlin Review
- Filming in places ranging from Fukushima to Bulgaria, with stops in the U.S.
- Building in 7.5k-year-old Bulgarian Dobrudzha Troy settlement may have had 2
- Archaeologists from the National Institute and Museum of Archaeology of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences unearthed prehistoric houses that would have stood 26 feet (eight metres) tall with gabled roofs, Archaeology in Bulgaria reported.
- In appreciation of the tomato: On the Greek island of Santorini, tomato paste
- The tomato canning industry on Santorini declined as tourism became the more lucrative venture for most Santorinians. The Nomikos family now runs factories in other parts of Greece as well as in Turkey and Bulgaria. ...
- Europe's oldest prehistoric town confirmed in Bulgaria
- Archaeologists working in Bulgaria have confirmed that they uncovered the oldest prehistoric town in Europe. The town was likely home to some 400 people and dates back to between 4700 and 4200 BC – about 1,500 years before the emergence of the ...
- Museum objects transmit vivid stories
- After Alexander's death in 323 BCE his empire was divided amongst his warring generals and Lysimachus became King of Thrace, an area now straddling Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey. Use of Alexander's image on his coinage helped legitimise Lysimachus' ...