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Cucuteni Culture of Europe

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I'd imagine that Europe is full of these cultures, yet still buried under the earth

Bronze Age People - The Cucuteni-Trypillia Culture

 The Cucuteni–Trypillia culture (or Tripolye culture) spanned the Neolithic the Copper Age and the early Bronze Age.

They are one the of most impressive civilisations of Neolithic Europe. The culture extended from the Danube river basin to the Black Sea and the Dnieper. It encompassed the central Carpathian Mountains as well as the plains, steppe and forest steppe on either side of the range.

Its historical core lay around the middle to upper Dniester. More than 3,000 cultural sites have been identified, ranging from small villages to the largest settlements in the world.

The people of the late / post-Cucuteni–Trypillia culture appear in my Bronze Age fantasy novel Godborn.

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DooDoo Poop

This is the stuff I like to see. So many “Bronze Age” videos only discuss the wars, the kings, and the assassinations. We never learn what the lives of the people were like.
 
Tudor Bordeianu
It's worth mentioning that the "Ying Yang" symbol was found on pots made by the Cucuteni-Tryplilla people, over 6000 years ago. Check out the similarity between the Yangshao and Cucuteni- Trypillia pots, it's mindblowing. They might have traded commercially and culturally.

 

 Tudor Bordeianu

Imagine the quality of the pots they made, after 7000-5000 years, some were found intact and the colours are still very much visible.
 
Wan
I'd imagine that Europe is full of these cultures, yet still buried under the earth
 
DooDoo Poop
This is the stuff I like to see. So many “Bronze Age” videos only discuss the wars, the kings, and the assassinations. We never learn what the lives of the people were like.

 

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