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Jero Wood & Canvas Shelter This modular yurt kit assembles quickly & easily, then packs flat to fit in the back of your truck for transport. The 12-foot diameter, 135 sq. ft. yurt will make a perfect portable summer cabin or give you an easy way to set up a temporary guestroom in the backyard.

Jero Wood & Canvas Shelter This modular yurt kit assembles quickly & easily, then packs flat to fit in the back of your truck for transport. The 12-foot diameter, 135 sq. ft. yurt will make a perfect portable summer cabin or give you an easy way to set up a temporary guestroom in the backyard.

Altar-Goddess / Vinca-Plocnik / Mill. 5 BCPre-and Early History / Sculptures.  Altar goddess (bench-like altar with anthropomorphic figure facing a ritual vessel).  Late Mesolithic period, 5th millenium BC Vinca-Plocnik-Culture. Terra-cotta, height 17.3cm. Finding place: Fafos I, Vinca, Kosovo. Kosovska Mitrovica, Opstinski Museum.

Altar-Goddess / Vinca-Plocnik / Mill. 5 BCPre-and Early History / Sculptures. Altar goddess (bench-like altar with anthropomorphic figure facing a ritual vessel). Late Mesolithic period, 5th millenium BC Vinca-Plocnik-Culture. Terra-cotta, height 17.3cm. Finding place: Fafos I, Vinca, Kosovo. Kosovska Mitrovica, Opstinski Museum.

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"The Vinča culture, also known as Turdaș culture or Turdaș-Vinča culture, is a Neolithic archaeological culture in Southeastern Europe, dated to the period 5500–4500 BCE. (wikipedia.en.com)

"The Vinča culture, also known as Turdaș culture or Turdaș-Vinča culture, is a Neolithic archaeological culture in Southeastern Europe, dated to the period 5500–4500 BCE. (wikipedia.en.com)

(Vinca Culture)  Vinca writing vs cuneiform. ca 5500-4500 BCE.

(Vinca Culture) Vinca writing vs cuneiform. ca 5500-4500 BCE.

The Vinča culture was an early culture of neolithic Europe between the 6th and the 3rd millennium BC, stretching around the course of Danube.The Vinča Culture derives its name from the village of Vinča, located on the banks of the Danube, 14 km downstream from Belgrade (at the 1145th nautical kilometer), where one of the largest and most significant prehistoric Neolithic settlements in Eastern Europe was discovered in 1908 by an archaeological excavation team led by Miloje M. Vasić, the…

The Vinča culture was an early culture of neolithic Europe between the 6th and the 3rd millennium BC, stretching around the course of Danube.The Vinča Culture derives its name from the village of Vinča, located on the banks of the Danube, 14 km downstream from Belgrade (at the 1145th nautical kilometer), where one of the largest and most significant prehistoric Neolithic settlements in Eastern Europe was discovered in 1908 by an archaeological excavation team led by Miloje M. Vasić, the…

Vinca, Serbia

Vinca, Serbia

A VINCA TERRACOTTA ANIMAL  Neolithic, circa 5th Millennium B.C. 10cm long. Christies London  Estimated 700GBP-1000

A VINCA TERRACOTTA ANIMAL Neolithic, circa 5th Millennium B.C. 10cm long. Christies London Estimated 700GBP-1000

"Vénus de Parzadzik " culture Vinca, la plus ancienne culture néolithique en Europe du Sud-Est, période -5500 -4500 avant J.C.

"Vénus de Parzadzik " culture Vinca, la plus ancienne culture néolithique en Europe du Sud-Est, période -5500 -4500 avant J.C.