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VIDEO - 5500 i.e.n. Prima Scriere din Lume. Documentarul ”The Danube Civilization - Old Europe” a fost subtitrat in sfarsit dupa aproape un an de cand a disparut de pe Youtube
Documentarul ”The Danube Civilization - Old Europe” a fost subtitrat in sfarsit dupa aproape un an de cand a disparut de pe Youtube.
Se pare ca Harald Haarman (lingvist) a avut doar de suferit de pe urma acestui documentar care a disparut peste noapte de pe internet.
Speram ca acest documentar sa-i faca pe locuitorii acestor meleaguri sa inteleaga ca stau pe o adevarata ”comoara”.
Pe cercetatori sa-i motiveze sa reinceapa cercetarea temeinica a subiectului : OLD EUROPE - The Danube Civillization ...dupa cum spune si Harald Haarman : ” Istoria Lumii trebuie reconsiderata! ”
Semnele gasite pe interiorul placii de la Gradešnica. Scrierea combina semne grafice cu semne sacre, semne geomtrice si semne abstracte
The pictures shows the inside of the Gradešnica plaque, bearing a long inscription divided into four horizontal segments; above each line there are three or four very different signs: the root-signs of the proto-European scrip crossed with religious symbols.
Discovered in north-west Bulgaria, in Vratsa (Vraca), it dates back to the end of the eighth millennium. The sacred function of this script meant there was a natural and close association between the outlines of the signs and the religious symbols, and this is especially true for geometric and abstract symbols (Haarmann, 1995).
The abstract religious symbols often appear coupled with writing signs and constitute a few of the basic forms of the latter. The language for symbolic images which "fuses, is fused and is confused" with the linear signs typical of writing reveals, according to Gimbutas, the aspects and attributes of the Great Goddess (the snake, the spiral, V and M motives…) or expresses the religious ideas of "Old Europe" (the meander and the swastika).
The two levels of sacred communication (abstract symbols and writing signs) were used together on the same votive objects. They should not however be confused with each other. First, the writing signs are more numerous than the religious symbols.
Second, only the writing signs can be modified and multiplied by adding small strokes, arches or crosses; the religious iconography never changes its basic shape.
Falusul de acum 7500 ani (5500 ien) gasit in Romania cu o straveche inscriptie
On this base of this 7500-year-old phallus, found in Romania, there is an inscription in the lost proto-European script that has never been deciphered. Among the characters, we can note some variations of the root-sign V.
The root-signs developed into the individual signs of proto-European writing, using two organising principles.
The first consists of their multiple variations, since they were modified by adding small graphic markers which almost never appear as independent signs. These markers could be parallel to each other, crossed or superimposed by one, two, or three small strokes, but there were also small crosses, dots and arches.
They could also be duplicated-multiplied or inverted. The sophisticated principle of the multiple variation for creating derivative signs characterises other writing systems, but was used for the first time in proto-European script (Haarmann, 1998).
Second, the root-signs could be duplicated-multiplied or inverted-contrasted, creating more complex shapes.
By varying and repeating-inverting-contrasting the root-signs, the repertory of the proto-European script came to contain 231 individual signs (Haarmann, 1998).
Sigiliul de la Karanovo seal (Bulgaria). Scrierea era mai degraba abstracta siconstruita cu semne abstracte decat una formata din motive naturaliste
The signs on the Karanovo seal (Bulgaria) are abstract and it is impossible to connect them to any forms belonging to the "real" world. This inscription is 6800 years old.
In most cases, the writing signs are abstract and stylised geometric shapes, arbitrary motifs, which do not offer any clues to us today, since it is impossible to connect them to forms belonging to the real world. Only rarely are symbols and writing representational.
When they are, however, the shapes are either reminiscent of a human figure or part of its anatomy, or evoke a totem or sacrificial animal, a plant, or remind us of a natural phenomenon such as the sun or a stream, delineate a tool or allude to architectural forms or structures (for example, a ship).
Among the 231 signs of the Balkan-Danube script, Harald Haarmann (1995) records at least 156 arbitrary or abstract ones, only 49 representing naturalistic forms with varying degrees of stylisation, and 26 intermediate ones. Since all the other archaic systems of writing have an elevated number of pictographs, then a considerable use of abstract and arbitrary signs appears to be a specific characteristic of the proto-European script
The lack of signs evoking naturalistic forms also bears witness to their high degree of evolution, notwithstanding the fact that they anticipated other known systems of writing by at least two millennia. The proto-European script seems to possess a great tendency for abstract signs, perhaps the result of a "geometric revolution" that occurred in ancient times.
Simbolurile folosite in scrierea Vinca
Harald Haarmann, a German linguistic and cultural scientist, currently vice-president of the Institute of Archaeomythology, and leading specialist in ancient scripts and ancient languages, firmly supports the view that the Danube script is the oldest writing in the world. The tablets that were found are dated to 5,500 BC, and the glyphs on the tablets, according to Haarmann, are a form of language yet to be deciphered. The symbols, which are also called Vinca symbols, have been found in multiple archaeological sites throughout the Danube Valley areas, inscribed on pottery, figurines, spindles and other clay artifacts.
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