The civilization of the goddess: the world of Old Europe
Gimbutas's definitive work presents indisputable evidence of the Goddess-centered world which existed in pre-patriarchal Europe. Complete and panoramic, this convincing book combines scholarly research with the real-life elements of a Jean Auel novel. 600 illustrations.
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Tfce Beginnings and Spread of Agriculture
The Neolithic Cultures of Southeastern and Central Europe
The Neolithic Cultures of Northern Europe
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4th mill 5th millennium B.C. Achilleion Aegean AGE RANGES B.C. animal anthropomorphic Anza axes Azmak B.C. FIGURE B.C. Maximum calibrated barrows basin beads Beaker Bird Goddess bones Bulgaria burial Butmir Bylany CALIBRATED AGE RANGES cave cemetery central Europe ceramic clay copper Cucuteni Cucuteni culture Danube decorated Divostin Dnieper Early Neolithic eastern Excav female figurines flint Globular Amphora Greece groups head houses Hungary incised Indo-European Karanovo Kurgan LAB NUMBER C-14 layer Lengyel Lengyel culture Lepenski Vir male Malta Maximum calibrated age Mesolithic middle millennia motifs mound Museum Neolithic northern Obre Old Europe Old European Ozieri painted Paleolithic passage graves period phase Poland pottery radiocarbon dates RANGES B.C. Maximum regeneration region ritual Romania sculptures Sesklo settlement shaped shell Sitagroi skulls snake southern Starcevo stone symbols temple Thessaly tion Tisza triangles Tripolye Upper Paleolithic vases village Vinca culture Vucedol walls western Yamna Yugoslavia