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url 2022-01-24 11:59
The Earth Fertility of old Europe & World’s Black #Archaeological Market Serbia
Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of the Name of God - Nataša Pantović Nuit

https://www.artof4elements.com/entry/291/the-earth-fertility-of-old-europe The Earth Fertility of old Europe 

within World’s Black Archeological Market ArtEducationSymbols and Signsdefault


# of old Europe # and World’s Black Archeological Market

Neolithic European  and  learning from 

Marija GIMBUTAS Earth Fertility of old Europe

Symbols and Signs Research by Nataša Pantović

Ever since its first discovery in 1908 by the Serbian archaeologist Miloje Vasić, Vinča culture, a Neolithic settlement that spanned most of Serbia, parts of Romania, Bulgaria & Macedonia, has been of great interest to the lay public and scientists alike.


Middle Bronze Age Goddess 1800 BC

From Neolithic monuments to Roman Villas and prehistoric figurines the river basin of Danube (Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria) has proved rich for treasure hunters over the years

In 2005, Police in central Germany found the artifacts that date to the Neolithic period and are believed to belong to the Vinca, in a sports bag belonging to two Serbs. Last year, a 2,000 year old Roman monument weighing half a ton was stolen in 24 hours after the find. Such epigraphic monuments, stone monuments with Latin engraving text) are extremely rare in the world so the  value is extremely high.

With 100s of objects discovered, Serbia would ranke among the first in Europe for finds declared if there is not a huge Archeological Black Market that leads these priceless artifacts into foreign private hands. If you're into stats, there’s every chance with every new dig unearth more hugely significant finds. The found and stolen monument on the territory of Serbia is unique in the world because they are highly preserved with Latin (Greek) inscription in 15 lines. Based on the inscription on the monument, an expert from the National Museum found that the monument belonged to a chivalrous man. He commanded various military departments and took part in the war with the Dacians and Parthians. The special value of this monument for Serbia and Belgrade was in the fact that it was found in its original place: the ancient Singidunum.

Now Information about the monument is included in the Interpol database of stolen archaeological items so that thieves can never sell it to a museum but still it goes to someelse’s hands.

Neolithic Wisdom from Ancient Temples, Maltese Temples to Greek Parthenon or Babylon Mysticism



Vinča European Civilization

Research and analysis of the artifacts, remains of houses, show a civilization that was so advance to have insulation against the elements, multi-room layouts, even public communal spaces. Divided by streets, enclosed by ditches discovered all over Serbia in numberous archeologiical sites.


The 3500 year old Dupljaja Chariot Serbia

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url 2022-01-22 18:22
Runes as the Oldest Inscription Among Slavs? Learning from a recent Czech Archeological Scientific Paper

An Ancient Debate #Archeology #History Since the 19th century, #Slavic scholars have debated that Slavs had achieved literacy pre-Christ... https://artof4elements.com/entry/292/runes-as-the-oldest-inscription-among-slavs


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review 2015-12-30 15:04
Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith
Child 44 - Tom Rob Smith


23.12.2015: Re-visit via the film

Had binned this but after such glowing reviews by trusted friends it went back on the shelves.

Read by Dennis Boutsikaris

Excellent mid three. #87 TBR Busting 2013

NEWS 15:04:2015 - Hollywood's Child 44 pulled in Russia after falling foul of culture ministry: Fears of censorship in Russia as Ridley Scott film about serial killer, starring Gary Oldman, withdrawn over ‘distortion of facts and interpretation of events’. Source
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review 2015-02-07 16:38
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn,Ralph Parker
bookshelves: re-read, published-1962, slavic, re-visit-2015, film-only, winter-20142015, nobel-laureate, prisoner
Recommended for: Laura, Wanda et al
Read from January 01, 1989 to February 07, 2015, read count: 2


Re-visit 2015 via film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqG1u...

Trivia from wiki: Finnish film director Jörn Donner tried to get the film to Finland, but the Finnish Board of Film banned the showing of the film. In 1972 Donner complained to Supreme Administrative Court of Finland. The Supreme Administrative Court voted for the banning 5-4 on 28 February 1972. When, in 1972 and 1974, Swedish television showed the film, the Swedish television mast on the Åland Islands was subsequently shut down during the movie to prevent Finns from seeing the film.

Director of the Finnish Board of Film Jerker Eeriksson said that the banning of the film was political because it harmed the Finnish-Soviet relationship. Director of the film Caspar Wrede, who then lived in England, refused to campaign against the banning in order to avoid bad publicity abroad.

The film was shown in Finland in 1993 and 1994 in the movie theater Orion in Helsinki, as well as in the cinema club in Vaasa. Finnish television showed the film in 1996 on the TV1 YLE channel.

First Broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 6th June 2003.
Rebroadcast on 7th September 2008 to mark Solzhenitsyn's death.
Recorded from BBC Listen Again with Audiob Hijack Pro.

One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich was a literary earthquake with profound political implications. At the height of the Cold War, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn exposed to the Soviet Union, and the world, the suffering which Stalin had imposed on his own people. Revealing the bitter conditions and arbitrary cruelties of the Soviet prison camps which became known as the Gulag Archipelago, the lies at the heart of Soviet history became impossible to hide.

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review 2014-05-17 07:34
Crime and Punishment
Crime and Punishment - Fyodor Dostoyevsky,Sidney Monas

bookshelves: teh-brillianz, slavic, absolute-favourites, re-visit-2014, re-read, re-visit-2013, spring-2014

Read from January 01, 1978 to May 17, 2014, read count: ad infinitum


Description: Raskolnikov, a former student who is morbidly self-obsessed, murders an old woman money-lender with a borrowed hatchet in a desperate attempt to free himself from poverty. From the opening pages Dostoyevsky attaches us unflinchingly to his intense and mysteriously anti-hero, creating a web of intimacy and tension which is increasingly claustrophobic. Crime and guilt - its traumatic and inevitable successor - are the central themes running through the novel and the notions of 'justifiable' murder and the worldly retribution are depicted with a deft and razor-sharp precision.

Crime and Punishment both haunts and disturbs, yet, as the critic John Jones wrote, it is 'the most accessible and exciting novel in the world'.

Many reads, and the Kingsley film is a perennial in our house. Now Brazilliant gives me the link to a 2002 BBC version

I'm in raptures... let's see how this pans out.

The massive dome of St. Isaac's Cathedral is made of 100 kilos of pure gold. Designed and built by French architect Auguste de Montferrand.

Great men are not aftraid to be criminals. Does Putin see himself as a great man?
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