Prehistoric sites in Serbia
The best known cultural archaeological discoveries from the prehistoric period on the territory of modern-day Serbia are the Starčevo and Vinča cultures dating back to 6400–6200 BC.Serbia's strategic ...
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Gold Looted From Ancient Empire Returned to Romania
The first of what archaeologist Barbara Deppert-Lippitz calls the "most sensational finds of the last century" surfaced not in a museum but at Christie's in New York. Among more than a hundred pieces ...
Vinča culture - Vinca Culture
The Vinca culture is a Neolithic archaeological culture in Southeastern Europe, dated to the period 5500--4500 BCE. Named for its type site, Vinca-Belo Brdo,...
Dacia
In ancient geography, especially in Roman sources, Dacia (/ˈdeɪʃiə, -ʃə/) was the land inhabited by the Dacians. The Greeks referred to them as the Getae, which were specifically a branch of the Thrac...
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Vinča culture
Map of Serbia with markers showing the locations of major Vinča archaeological sites.The Vinča culture, also known as Turdaș culture or Turdaș-Vinča culture, is a Neolithic archaeological culture in S...
Vinča culture - Wikipedia
Basarabi culture
The Basarabi culture was an archeological culture in Southeastern Europe (mainly in Romania), dated between 8th - 7th centuries BC. It was named after Basarabi, a village in Dolj County, south-western...
Gold Looted From Ancient Empire Returned to Romania
The first of what archaeologist Barbara Deppert-Lippitz calls the "most sensational finds of the last century" surfaced not in a museum but at Christie's in New York. Among more than a hundred pieces ...
Dacia Mediterranea
Dacia Mediterranea (Inner Dacia) is a part of the former Dacia Aureliana divided by Diocletian.Serdica is the province capital.
Ancient episcopal sees of the late Roman province of Dacia Mediterra...
Istros
Istros may refer to:
Pločnik
Pločnik (Serbian: Плочник) is a village in the municipality of Prokuplje, Toplica District, Republic of Serbia. According to the 2002 population census, it's populated by 182, all of whom declared...
Pločnik - Wikipedia
Goddess on the Throne
Goddess on the Throne is a terracotta figurine found at the site of spinning mill, near Pristina, Yugoslavia, in 1956. The archaeological work of the Belgrade National Museum was led by the curator Ra...
Gradeshnitsa tablets
The Gradeshnitsa tablets(Bulgarian: Плочката от Градешница) or plaques are clay artefacts with incised marks, considered by some, along with the Tărtăria tablets, examples of late neolithic proto-...
Gradeshnitsa tablets - Wikipedia
Vinča
Vinča (Serbian: Винча, [ʋîːntʃa]) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is part of the municipality of Grocka. Vinča-Belo Brdo, an important archaeological site that give...
Vinča - Wikipedia
Bosut culture
Bosut culture (Serbian: Bosutska kultura / Босутска култура or Bosutska grupa / Босутска група) is a name of an prehistoric Iron Age culture, which was named after Gradina on Bosut archaeological site...
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Sitovo inscription
The Sitovo inscription is an inscription that has yet to be satisfactorily translated. It was discovered in 1928 by an archaeological expedition led by Alexander Peev on the wall of Sitovo Cave, close...
Sitovo inscription - Wikipedia
Vatin culture
The Vatin culture (Serbian: Vatinska kultura / Ватинска култура or Vatinska grupa / Ватинска група) is a name of an prehistoric Bronze Age culture, which was named after village Vatin in Serbia. The c...
Vatin culture - Wikipedia
Lepenski Vir
Lepenski Vir (Лепенски Вир, Lepen Whirl) is an important Mesolithic archaeological site located in Serbia in central Balkan peninsula The latest radiocarbon and AMS data suggests that the chronology o...
Lepenski Vir - Wikipedia
Coțofeni culture
The Coţofeni culture (Serbian: Kocofeni), also known as Usatove culture, is a Chalcolithic to Early Bronze Age archaeological culture that existed for over 700 years in south-eastern Central Europ...
Coțofeni culture - Wikipedia
Glasinac culture
The Glasinac culture was an Iron Age prehistoric archaeological culture named after Glasinac locality in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The area of the Glasinac culture included parts of present-day Bosnia a...
Glasinac culture - Wikipedia
Seuthes (general)
Seuthes was a general in the army of Dromichaetes who, faking a traitor, joined the army of Lysimachus and helped the Getae overrun the Ancient Macedonians.
Lady of Vinča
The Lady of Vinča is an iconic terracotta anthropomorphic figurine of the prehistoric Vinča culture. It was excavated in 1929, at the archaeological site of Vinča-Belo Brdo, in the municipality of Gr...
Lepenski Vir sculptures
The Lepenski Vir sculptures are numerous prehistoric figurines dating from 7000 BC found intact in the Lepenski Vir archeological site in Serbia. They are occasionally referred to as "Out-of-place art...
Lepenski Vir sculptures - Wikipedia
Brnjica culture
The Brnjica culture (Serbian: Брњица, full name: Donja Brnjica-Gornja Stražava cultural group) is an archaeological culture in present-day Serbia dating from 1400 BC.The cultural group formed out ...