Utforsk disse og flere idéer!

Comparing Tartarian and Sumerian Tablets.2 tablets with inscriptions that were dated from 4500-200 BC. Tartaria, is located in Alba county, Saliste. At the same site there were found human skeletons. The inscriptions on the tablets are 1000 years older than the ones discovered at Djemer-Nasr, Kis and Uruk from Summer, dated by specialists somewhere around 3300 BC. The culture who created the tablets in taught to be Turdas-Vinca (4500-3700 BC).

Comparing Tartarian and Sumerian Tablets.2 tablets with inscriptions that were dated from 4500-200 BC. Tartaria, is located in Alba county, Saliste. At the same site there were found human skeletons. The inscriptions on the tablets are 1000 years older than the ones discovered at Djemer-Nasr, Kis and Uruk from Summer, dated by specialists somewhere around 3300 BC. The culture who created the tablets in taught to be Turdas-Vinca (4500-3700 BC).

The enigma of the Phaistos Disc - a question of language

The enigma of the Phaistos Disc - a question of language

The VINČA SYMBOLS are an Old European script on Neolithic era artifacts from the Vinča culture of southeastern Europe in the 6th to 5th millennia BCE. The symbols are mostly considered as constituting an instance of "proto-writing"; that is, they probably conveyed a message but did not encode language, predating the development of writing proper by more than a millennium.

The VINČA SYMBOLS are an Old European script on Neolithic era artifacts from the Vinča culture of southeastern Europe in the 6th to 5th millennia BCE. The symbols are mostly considered as constituting an instance of "proto-writing"; that is, they probably conveyed a message but did not encode language, predating the development of writing proper by more than a millennium.

Ancient Bulgarian runes  http://lyudmilantonov.blogspot.com.tr/2011/04/bulgarian-alphabet.html

Ancient Bulgarian runes http://lyudmilantonov.blogspot.com.tr/2011/04/bulgarian-alphabet.html

Sumerian is the earliest known writing system. Its origins can be traced back to about 8,000 BC. It developed from the pictographs and other symbols used to represent trade transactions on clay tablets. Sumerian was written in Sumer in from perhaps the 4th millennium BC until about 2,000 BC, when it was replaced by Akkadian as written language of Sumerians. Sumerian is closely resembles to Etruscan and related civilizations

Sumerian is the earliest known writing system. Its origins can be traced back to about 8,000 BC. It developed from the pictographs and other symbols used to represent trade transactions on clay tablets. Sumerian was written in Sumer in from perhaps the 4th millennium BC until about 2,000 BC, when it was replaced by Akkadian as written language of Sumerians. Sumerian is closely resembles to Etruscan and related civilizations

Iberos                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Iberos Más

Pelasgians - Romanian History and Culture

Pelasgians - Romanian History and Culture

By Grimdeva of Cauldron Craft Oddities on Etsy:  Digital BoS Pagan & Wiccan graphics by Grimdeva, available on Etsy at:  http://www.etsy.com/shop/CauldronCraftOdditys?section_id=7273162=1

By Grimdeva of Cauldron Craft Oddities on Etsy: Digital BoS Pagan & Wiccan graphics by Grimdeva, available on Etsy at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/CauldronCraftOdditys?section_id=7273162=1

"The Standard of Ur" is a Sumerian artifact excavated from the Royal Cemetery in the ancient city of Ur (modern-day Iraq south of Baghdad). It is approximately 4,500 years old.  It was found next to the skeleton of a ritually sacrificed man who may have been its bearer. It is now on display, in reconstructed form, in the British Museum in London.

"The Standard of Ur" is a Sumerian artifact excavated from the Royal Cemetery in the ancient city of Ur (modern-day Iraq south of Baghdad). It is approximately 4,500 years old. It was found next to the skeleton of a ritually sacrificed man who may have been its bearer. It is now on display, in reconstructed form, in the British Museum in London.

Large cylinder with Bauurkunde | | time of Nebuchadnezzar II, 604-562 BC

Large cylinder with Bauurkunde | | time of Nebuchadnezzar II, 604-562 BC

Pinterest
Søk