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Cradle of Civilizations, Trypillia

Megalithic Ukraine migrants built Stonehenge and founded Troy and Mycenae?

According to the Wiltshire Museum, the man buried close to Stonehenge in the Bush Barrow, was given Britain’s richest Bronze Age...
Yin-Yang geometry

Could Trypillian/Ukrainian ‘Yin-Yang’ be related to Megalithic stone circles in Britain?

From around 1933 to 1977, Professor of Engineering at Oxford Alexander Thom spent most of his weekends and holidays surveying megalithic...

Scythian Trident Pole-top

Scythian bronze Pole-top: a trident with sculptured figures of birds with bells in the beaks on its tips, 4th c. B.C.,...

Scythian Goddess Pole-Top

Scythian bronze Pole-top: a Scythian goddess, 4th c. B.C., Alexandropol Kurgan, Dnipro region, Ukraine. Scholars like M. Rostovtzeff thought that the goddess...
Trypillian Vase, ca 4000 BC. National Museum of History of Ukraine. Photo by the author of the article

Yin-Yang symbol was created in more northern area than China?

The theory that the original Yin-Yang symbol described the change of a pole’s shadow length during a year corresponds well with...

The earliest European proto-towns: Trypillia Mega-sites in Ukraine can be true Cradle of Civilization

One of the most famous Ukrainian archaeological sites - Maidanetske situated in Cherkassy oblast - can be a true Cradle of...

Alexandropol Scythian Royal Kurgan in Ukraine: Chief of ‘Big Barrows’

A century ago, British academic Dr. E. Minns concluded that the finest of the Scythian kurgans were "about the bend of...

Artemis’ Cult originated in Taurica, present-day Crimea?

"Properly speaking Artemis stands for something different from either Demeter or Aphrodite. She stands for the fact of life itself as...

Iphigenia in Tauris, modern-day Crimea

Iphigenia in Tauris (Ancient Greek: Iphigeneia en Taurois) is a drama by the playwright Euripides, written between 414 BC and 412 BC. Although Wikipedia...

Circular Settlements of Trypillya Culture 6000 years ago in Ukraine: prototype of Plato’s ideal...

According to Wikipedia, Trypillia culture was a Neolithic–Chalcolithic archaeological culture (c. 5500 to 2750 B.C.) of Eastern Europe... During its middle...

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