Vere Gordon Childe – Researcher anthropologist of Neolithic era
Vere Gordon Childe – Researcher anthropologist of Neolithic era – In 14.04.1892 was born
Australian archaeologist and anthropologist Vere G. Childe. His research focused mainly on
the Neolithic period, and the most famous involved the settlement of Skara Brae.
He created a hypothesis about the Neolithic revolution and urban.
First mirrors – Neolithic mirrors of obsidian
First mirrors – Come from the 2000 B.C. made of polished obsidian – acid effusive rocks, made up almost exclusively of volcanic glass.
Neolithic swastikas – Oldest from the fifth century BC
Neolithic swastikas – One of the oldest swastika comes from the fifth century BC from the Neolithic period. In Iran and in the Baltic countries swastika appear on the ceramic shell. In southern Europe it also worshiped the ancient Hittites and the Greeks. Sign can also find on the American continent in the symbolism of the North American Navajo. The very word swastika comes from Sanskrit and originally meant happiness.