layers

  1. Shaheen

    Archaeologists discover layers of Indo-Greek city in Swat

    MINGORA: Archaeologists in their fresh excavations here at Bazira, Barikot, have discovered large layers of the Indo-Greek city with weapons and coins as well as important pottery forms imported from Greek Bactria and from the Mediterranean area in second century BCE. Indo-Greek coins...
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    Old Europe (Vinca) language and culture in early layers of Serbian and Irish culture

    I opened this discussion in European history. Maybe i should have opened it here: http://historum.com/european-history/56897-old-europe-vinca-language-culture-early-layers-serbian-irish-culture.html
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    Old Europe (Vinca) language and culture in early layers of Serbian and Irish culture

    Old European (Vinca) language and culture in early layers of Serbian and Irish language and culture Many years ago I noticed strange similarities between Irish and Serbian mythology, language, toponymes and hydronymes. This was a mystery because according to history, these two peoples never...
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    A question - Layers of celtic culture in pre-roman Britain

    So relatively shortly before Roman forays into S.E. Britain, apparently Belgae and Gaulish peoples had established themselves here. The Cantiaci were described as the most civilised, and presumably the Catuvelauni were quite warlike to be able to assert their dominance over this region, and must...