Lepenski Vir

Lepenski Vir

Mystery Type: Artefact
Mystery Name: Lepenski Vir
Latitude: 44.556901
Longitude: 22.026429
Country: Serbia and Montenegro
Place Name: Lepenski Vir
Approved: No

Lepenski Vir (Serbian: Лепенски Вир, Lepen Whirl) is an important Mesolithic archaeological site located in Serbia in central Balkan peninsula. The latest radiocarbon and AMS data suggests that the chronology of Lepenski Vir is compressed between 9500/7200-6000 BC. There is some disagreement about the early start of the settlement and culture of Lepenskir Vir. But the latest data suggest 9500-7200 to be the start. The late Lepenskir Vir (6300-6000 BC) architectural development was the development of the Trapezoidal buildings and monumental sculpture[1] The Lepenskir Vir site consists of one large settlement with around ten satellite villages. Numerous piscine sculptures and peculiar architecture have been found at the site.
Found missing link between Lepenski Vir, Vinca and later civilizations

This discovery will force historians to rewrite the book, because it is a city of the Bronze or Copper Age, which is missing link between Lepenski Vir, Vinca and later civilizations.

Idol found at the site “under Klepečkom” female goddess, almost identical Klicevac idol, a symbol of the town of Pozarevac, over 4000 years old
Archaeologists unearthed the Viminacijuma on Wednesday at the site “under Klepečkom” figurine old female deity about 4,000 years ago. It is the twin sister idol, which is located in all of world history of art.

The invention has sparked excitement of scientists, because of “Kličevačkog Idol” – the first figure of the goddess mysterious culture of Serbian Danube region, remained a photo.

The famous figurine, which was found in 1881 in the village of Klicevac and sparked worldwide sensation, has disappeared in the Austrian bombing of the Belgrade National Museum in the First World War.

– Finding almost identical idol is entitled resurrection of the goddess which, inter alia, a symbol of the town of Pozarevac – happily says Ilija Danković archaeologist from the Archaeological Institute. He and his colleagues Sasa Redzic and Mladen Jovicic discovered pantry with 25 figures and vessels from the tomb of the second millennium BC. – “Klicevac idol” was a sensation and was considered to be unique, so his disappearance was considered irrecoverable loss. Now, a miracle happened, because not only did we find almost identical “Klepečki idol”, but also a real treasury of the mysterious village.

The similarity of two figurines
Ceramic pots and idols found at the site Klepečka made of black ceramic richly decorated with white clay, as occurs only 1,000 years later in the Ionian Islands.

– It is a highly developed culture that had both the artists and technologists who were able to carry containers of thin walls or high strength. Color has not changed even after four millennia, which means that they knew the secrets of pigments. We have called in the help of top experts of different specialties, to work together to figure out what the culture was.

Klicevac idol, Viminacijum
Director of the Viminacium archaeological park, Prof. Dr. Miomir Korac, adding that plain between hills Nosák, where this year discovered mammoth cemetery, and the remains of a Roman capital of Upper Moesia reveals another city from the second millennium BC.

– We dug a channel to farm the lake that made the rain at the site and found that 2,000 years BC there was a settlement that stretched hectares – says Prof Korac. – This discovery will force historians to rewrite the book, because it is a city of the Bronze or Copper Age, which is missing link between Lepenski Vir, Vinca and later civilizations.

Archaeologists point out that the tomb with ancient idol figures disclosed on the same hallowed ground where they buried the Celts, Romans and Serbs until the 19th century.

– This is proof of our thesis of the continuity of life in this region, from prehistory to the present day – says Korac. – This is a place where life is constantly swells, only civilization overflow and transform from one to another, but kept a good genetic code.

Klicevac idol, Viminacijum
Klicevac idol

Klicevac pagan idol figure representing a deity from the Bronze Age, made of black clay, found in the village Kličevac 1881. It represents a female figure, probably a goddess of fertility. Made of clay, height 34 cm, width 17 cm. The figure belongs Dubovačka žutobrdskoj-cultural group, which covers the period from 1500.-1000. p. n. e. and this is probably the second half of the said period. He was found in the grave next to the urn with the ashes of the deceased, along with other gifts for the deceased after the then customs. Similar specimens were later found in the vicinity of Vrsac and in Banatski Danube. The original copy was destroyed during the Austrian bombing of Belgrade during the First svetsog war, when he destroyed the building of the National Museum in Belgrade where he was guarded. Symbol kličevačkog idol is the coat of arms of the town of Pozarevac.

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Type: Stone
Culture: Lepenski Vir culture
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Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lepenski_Vir
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGtBy1UVS7s, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6s0Rrj4uJ3I, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3OntV0kJgk, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dg5OhIywgWA

This mystery has been reported by Goran Kovac on 04/19/2017

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