Category Archives: OldEurope

C.Noica – cu tandrețe întru răs-bunarea rostirii românești. Lee Whorf – engleza faţă de hopi e ca o măciucă faţă de o sabie. Salvarea de sub obsesia puterii – ”ras-bunarea prin smerenie”.

.. resemnificarea cuvântului „răzbunare”, scoborâtor din „răs-bunare”, care înseamnă revenirea la starea anterioară de bunătate. Aşa cum vremea „se răzbună” (de fapt „se răs-bună”), adică devine din nou senină… Obsesia care a constituit principala ipoteză de lucru a lui Noica … Continue reading

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An introduction to Archeometallurgy. Wietenberg, Santana. Ethnogenesis of the Celts, Geto-Dacians and Greco-Thracians.

Bellow pix – Part of the Cucuteni! treasure found at Zargidava in 1982 – the site has layers from eneolithic, middle bronze, Hallstatt B, La Tene (sec IVbc-sec II) and medieval era (sec. XV-XVIII) ie Cucuteni, Monteoru, Costișa and geto-dacian cultures. … Continue reading

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Sardinia – Vinca I2a1 + Beaker R1b >> Nuragic culture. 1200bc The Sea Peoples>First Dark Age. R1b & R1a ‘Aryan’ waves.

At the site near Prokuplje called Pločnik, serbian archaeologists found evidence of what could be the oldest metal workshop in all of Europe. According to National Museum archaeologist Dušan Šljivar, experts found a “copper chisel and stone ax at a … Continue reading

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Getae – Goētes – Goths. goēteia is Ancient Greek for wizardry!

wiki – The Getae or Gets (Ancient Greek: Γέται, singular Γέτης; Bulgarian: Гети; Romanian: Geţi) are names given to several Thracian tribes inhabiting the regions to either side of the Lower Danube, in what is today northern Bulgaria and southern … Continue reading

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Gabi Vacuţă – Arheoceramik. Cucuteni 5000. Cocosul de Hurez.

http://www.targuldelasat.ro/cococi-ionel > Ceramică neolitica de Vadastra lucrata cu ajutorul tehnicii arhaice, decorate manual cu simboluri existente pe obiecte descoperite in sit. (site cofinantat din Fondul Social European prin Programul Operational Sectorial Dezvoltarea Resurselor Umane 2007 – 2013) – Cumpararea obiectelor … Continue reading

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166-180:The Antonine Plague >Marcomannic Wars. 250-270:The Plague of Cyprian >First Gothic Wars >>The Liberation of Dacia and the end of Rome. 540~750:the Plague of Justinian, 50% population drop >The Slavization of the Balkans. 535–536: Extreme weather events. The continuity of ‘Magna Dacia’.

All the big ‘barbarian’ migrations, were preceded by plagues and social problems. Migrants replaced populations decimated by plagues, plagues definitely killed more people than wars and ‘barbarian killings’. ‘Barbarians’ replaced palace civilizations with rural civilizations, they replaced centralized societies based … Continue reading

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From 1200BC The Bronze Dark Age – the worst disaster in ancient history, worse than the collapse of the Roman Empire.

eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I1_Y-DNA Men belonging to I1 haplogroup all descend from a single ancestor who lived between 10,000 and 7,000 years ago. familytreedna.com/I1 people belonging to I1 hplgr all descend from a single man who lived less than 5,000 years ago. This … Continue reading

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