Vecchia Europa - Cultura del Danubio
Una cultura che si sviluppò in un periodo che va dal 7000 al 3500 a. C.. L’Europa delle origini, prima dell’arrivo dei protoindoeuropei giunti dalle steppe…
Europe's oldest prehistoric town unearthed in Bulgaria.Archaeologists believe that the town was home to some 350 people and dates back to between 4700 and 4200 BC. That is about 1,500 years before the start of ancient Greek civilisation. "We are not talking about a town like the Greek city-states, ancient Rome or medieval settlements, but about what archaeologists agree constituted a town in the fifth millennium BC," Vasil Nikolov, a researcher with Bulgaria's National Institute of Archaeology
The Kelteminar Culture lasted from roughly 6000 BC - 3000 BC (or before or after, the evidence is scant). What we do know though is they built larger houses, probably to house multi-generational families. They hunted and gathered. But, they were not nomadic. They subsisted primarily on fishing. But unlike the Vinča culture in Serbia, another fishing community they made mother goddess statues rather than fish-man goddesses. The Kelteminar Culture was primarily a neolithic culture but began to..
One of the Gradeshnitsa tablets. The study of the use of symbols and proto-writing of the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture has provided important insights into the early history of Europe in the present-day southeastern European nations of Moldova, Romania, and Ukraine during the Neolithic Age and Copper Age, from approximately 5500 BC to 2750 BC, left behind thousands of settlement ruins containing a wealth of archaeological artifacts attesting to their cultural and technological characteristics.