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Undeva pe aici zace ”patriotismul meu cultural” ..


In the NE of present day Romania – Great Moldavia, I2 farm culture mixed with R1AB. The result was a population having all the best technologies at that time – wheels, chariots, horses, pottery and farming technology, animal husbandry, metalworking. This melting pot was also a mix of genes and social aptitudes, including warfare. Competitive populations were able to grow than spread & “conquered” the world: the expansion of Yamna to the Balkans and Central Europe, the expansion of aryan people all Asia up to India & east of China. Sredny Stog people carried a mix of I2a2, R1, R1a and R1b lineages. Before the arrival of Neolithic farmers I2a2 dominated central Europe, Scandinavia and present UK. I2a1 even to present day is dominant in areas around Romania from Bosnia to Ukraina and it could indicate the longest cultural continuity of Europe – still alive today in traditional villages. I2a2b could have appeared soon after the Last Glacial Maximum, perhaps 17,000 years ago. Most of its branches would have become extinct and only one survived with a patriarch living during the Bronze Age, probably in Germany. The oldest known L38 sample comes from the Unetice culture in central-east Germany 4,000 years ago. This lineage spread from Germany to England via Belgium in the Late Iron Age with the Celtic people of the Hallstatt and La Tène cultures. Transylvania was the turning table from where ProtoCelts conquered Western Europe. Before that Romania was the center of Old Europe from where farming spread to Western Europe, Cris Culture started Liner Pottery Culture. The Cucuteni-Trypillian culture, the most advanced Neolithic culture in Europe before the Indo-European invasions in the Bronze Age was also an offshoot from the Starčevo–Kőrös–Criş culture. Cucuteni-Trypillian people mixed with Yamna neighbours than they spread as a minority lineage alongside haplogroups R1a and R1b to WEurope and Baltics with the Corded Ware expansion. Continue reading

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Europe Waterways – Neolithic Highways


For thousands of years the rivers were the main highways. Neolithic migrations followed the main waterways. River basins were natural territories for populations, on the banks of rivers we find most cities, rivers were also main trading routes. Click on … Continue reading

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Swastika in Old Europe


Pe teritoriul României, cele mai vechi semne ale svasticii au fost găsite în Transilvania, la Bod (Brenndorf), lângă Brașov, la Turda, dar și în alte localități, datând din epoca pietrei. De la arieni svastica a trecut în cultul creștin, și este forma primitivă a … Continue reading

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Getes – the story to be told – Quotes


Source – A story never told – DECEMBER 19, 2015 / PRIMUS GETARUM 1. Sumerian researcher A. Kisifim: “The ancestors of Rumanians had a powerful influence upon the whole ancient world, respectively upon old Ellada, old Egypt, Sumer and even … Continue reading

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I2+R1a+R1b Contact Area – PIE Urheimat


In the archaeology of Neolithic Europe, the burned house horizon is the geographical extent of the phenomenon of intentionally burned settlements. This was a widespread and long-lasting tradition in what is now Southeastern and Eastern Europe, lasting from as early … Continue reading

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Ethnogeneses Around the Black Sea and along the Danube. Present day Romania, the turntable of Old & New Europe.


1] 6500BC> 5000BC – Neolithic Farmers come to Balkans from the Middle East >> Vinca & Cucuteni cultures. Best living conditions, farming lands – along the lower Danube and on the shores of the Big Fresh Water Lake. Due to … Continue reading

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Signs Out of Time – Povestea arheologului Marija Gimbutas


A face portretul vietii si lucrărilor unuia din cei mai prolifici arheologi ai secolului al XX-lea este o initiativă curajoasă. A-l comprima într-un documentar de o oră pare aproape imposibil. Reusita acestei initiative este tributară întelegerii si talentului filmografic ale … Continue reading

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The New York Times-A Lost European Culture; Vlassa-Tartaria, Striga istoria sub noi, oameni buni!


Cel mai prestigios ziar din Statele Unite ale Americii, publica in sectiunea Science, un articol despre aceasta expozitie, articol scris de John Noble Wilford si intitulat “A Lost European Culture, Pulled From Obscurity”. Prezentam mai jos fragmente :O CULTURA EUROPEANA … Continue reading

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