The Lost Aurolithic Civilization Of Varna?

Codes from a Black Sea Atlantis.

author   by DAZZLES IN GREEN   2019

Could it be that people of Eastern Europe did not evolve in Africa?

We have learned about the great civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt and the Indus Valley, which are considered the earliest known civilizations to feature urbanization, organized administration, and cultural innovation including written language. But approximately 7,000 years ago a mysterious civilization that emerged on the shores of lakes of the Black Sea, where today is Bulgaria.

Could it be that people of Eastern Europe did not evolve in Africa?

The Varna culture, as it has come to be known, was not a small and inconsequential society that emerged in a little corner of Bulgaria and disappeared quickly into the pages of history. Rather, it was an amazingly advanced civilization, more ancient than the empires of Mesopotamia and Egypt, and the first known culture to craft golden artifacts. Varna is also now home to the largest known prehistoric necropolis in south-eastern Europe, which reflects a richness in cultural practices, complex funerary rites, an ancient belief system, and the capacity to produce exquisite and expertly-crafted goods. It has come to be known as the cradle of civilization in Europe.

Hristo Smolenov is the author of a book and this documentary.

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Dazzles in Green is an educator, journalist, environmentalist, vegetarian and avid cyclist. She holds a master's degree in anthropology.


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