Help defining this ancient pattern

Nov 2017
2
Kosova
#1
Hello. This is my first post on these forums.

I need help to identify or give meaning to this stone carving that was found in my country, Kosovo. It is said to be a closed labyrinth, meaning there is no entry and exit. I will not give further details, since I want honest opinions. This is presumed to be anywhere from 2000-5000 years old. Kosovo is situated in the middle of Balkans in Europe. The culture that predated the territories found, were the Dardani, an Illyrian tribe that eventually got conquered by the Romans.


 
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AlpinLuke

Forum Staff
Oct 2011
26,897
Italy, Lago Maggiore
#5
Before of jumping into the dark realm of remote past, I would underline the leaves - labyrinth - grapes combination: quite Roman, actually.

But it can be a coincidence.
 

AlpinLuke

Forum Staff
Oct 2011
26,897
Italy, Lago Maggiore
#8
With the labyrinth the spiral.

Someone could have copied a symbol observed somewhere.

It would be great to find the original labyrinth in Kosovo.

Is it possible to have more details about where the labyrinth had found?
 
Nov 2017
2
Kosova
#9
With the labyrinth the spiral.

Someone could have copied a symbol observed somewhere.

It would be great to find the original labyrinth in Kosovo.

Is it possible to have more details about where the labyrinth had found?
No signs of a labyrinth have been found. The labyrinth is a theory by the professor who actually found this stone craving. She's still studying it but so far has given the definition of a theory of how it describes life. I however believe it is just a symbol, but want to know what it is related to.
 

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