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Cat-like, zoomorphic head. Terracotta From Belo Brdo site, Vinca, Serbia. Vinca Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 8.3 cm Onv. 1482 Narodni Muzej, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Cat-like, zoomorphic head. Terracotta From Belo Brdo site, Vinca, Serbia. Vinca Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 8.3 cm Onv. 1482 Narodni Muzej, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

vinca culture - Google 검색

vinca culture - Google 검색

Neolithic cat head -- terracotta - c. 4000 BC.  The Vinča culture (c. 6000 to 3000 BC) takes its name from the city of Vinča, near Belgrade, in Serbia, where archaeologists unearthed important remains in 1908. The Vinča people were concentrated near the Danube, in what is now Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Macedonia, but left traces throughout the Balkans.

Neolithic cat head -- terracotta - c. 4000 BC. The Vinča culture (c. 6000 to 3000 BC) takes its name from the city of Vinča, near Belgrade, in Serbia, where archaeologists unearthed important remains in 1908. The Vinča people were concentrated near the Danube, in what is now Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Macedonia, but left traces throughout the Balkans.

Neolithic Vinca Culture - Tripod Figurine Base : Lot 668

Neolithic Vinca Culture - Tripod Figurine Base : Lot 668

Female figurine with jewelry and costume from Ludus, Serbia, Dubovac Culture, 15th century BCE, terracotta

Female figurine with jewelry and costume from Ludus, Serbia, Dubovac Culture, 15th century BCE, terracotta

terracotta bird, from vinca serbia vinca turdas culture neolithic 5th

terracotta bird, from vinca serbia vinca turdas culture neolithic 5th

Dupljaja, location Grad, Serbia. Terracotta (15th BCE, Dubovac Culture) Height 18 cm - Inv. 11.860  Narodni Muzej, Belgrade, Serbia

Dupljaja, location Grad, Serbia. Terracotta (15th BCE, Dubovac Culture) Height 18 cm - Inv. 11.860 Narodni Muzej, Belgrade, Serbia

The Mystery of the Vinca figurines. Researchers believe they are depictions of extraterrestrial beings that visited ancient man in the past Excavations in the vicinity of Belgrade have yielded over 2000 of these mysterious looking figurines Various styles of zoomorphic and anthropomorphic figurines are hallmarks of the culture the Vinča culture, also known as Turdaș culture or Turdaș-Vinča culture The Mystery of the Vinca figurines…

The Mystery of the Vinca figurines. Researchers believe they are depictions of extraterrestrial beings that visited ancient man in the past Excavations in the vicinity of Belgrade have yielded over 2000 of these mysterious looking figurines Various styles of zoomorphic and anthropomorphic figurines are hallmarks of the culture the Vinča culture, also known as Turdaș culture or Turdaș-Vinča culture The Mystery of the Vinca figurines…

Zoomorphic head. Terracotta from Fafos site, Mitrovica, Kosovo, Vinca Culture. Late Mesolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 16.5 cm Inv. F-I-1181 (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

Zoomorphic head. Terracotta from Fafos site, Mitrovica, Kosovo, Vinca Culture. Late Mesolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 16.5 cm Inv. F-I-1181 (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

Terracotta From Fafos site, Kosovska Mitrovica, Vinca Culture Neolithic (5th mill. BCE).

Terracotta From Fafos site, Kosovska Mitrovica, Vinca Culture Neolithic (5th mill. BCE).

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