Ice Age Mammoth Ivory Art from Mezin Paleolithic site in Ukraine. Birthplace of Goddess...

American professor of literature Joseph Campbell in his famous book The Masks of God: Primitive Mythology shares quite an interesting observation on the culture of...

Ukraine should return to Crimea its historic name of Taurica

Wikipedia quote: "Called the Tauric Peninsula until the early modern period (16-19th c.), Crimea has historically been at the boundary between the classical world...

Achilles and Ukraine

“Sing, Goddess, of the rage of Peleus’ son Achilles,” is the opening line of the Iliad. Achilles was the warrior who became...

Secret of gold-painted ceramic vessels from Varna Necropolis

"Ceramic vessels - plate and bowl from grave 4 of the Varna Chalcolithic necropolis. The plate is a wide flat plate...
Varna Golden Bulls w/ Ratios by S. Popov

Geometric Secrets of Varna Artifacts: Golden Bulls

Bulgarian mathematician Hristo Smolenov in his article for the American Journal of Applied Mathematics published in 2021 expressed his confidence that the ancient...

Androphagi-Cannibals of the ancient Europe described by Herodotus lived in the area of present-day...

"These farming Scythians inhabit a land stretching eastward a three days' journey to a river called Panticapes, and northward as far...

World’s Oldest Gold in the Wealthiest Burial of the 5th Millennium B.C. First Kings...

In October 1972, near the modern-day city of Varna in Bulgaria a vast Copper Age necropolis dating to the 5th Millennium...
Stolen from Melitopol Museum by Moscow ossupants during 2022 invasion

Taurians or Tauroscythians

Wikipedia: "The Tauri (/ˈtaʊəri/; Ταῦροι in Ancient Greek), or Taurians, also Scythotauri, Tauri Scythae, Tauroscythae (Pliny, H. N. 4.85) were an ancient people settled on the southern coast of the...

Artemis/Diana was Scythian goddess originally. Ovid

Ovid in Ex Ponto: "And lately when I was telling of your loyalty (since I’ve learnt how to speak Getic and Sarmatian) it chanced that...

Zoroastrian Circular Cities: Darabgerd, Gur, Balkh

The city of Darabgerd was one of the most famous of the Persian cities. Its ruins are located 9 km southwest...

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