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    It is archeological scientific publication

    The Prehistoric Multicultural Settlement of Hajná Nová Ves (Slovakia)
    Cultural-historical, settlement-archaeological and archaeo-environmental contexts in Western Carpathia at the end of early prehistoric and in the late prehistoric periods

    Published by Archaeopress
    Publishers of British Archaeological Reports

    Author of publication: Egon Wiedermann (it is Slovak scientist-archaeologist with german name. He has probably German origin, but live in Slovakia)

    http://www.kmuz.ff.ukf.sk/wied.html

    You can download publication there (use Ctrl +S)
    The Prehistoric Multicultural Settlement of Hajná Nová Ves (Slovakia) PDF
    The Prehistoric Multicultural Settlement of Hajná Nová Ves (Slovakia) DOC

    CONTENTS
    INTRODUCTION
    1. ARCHEOLOGICAL RESEARCH OF THE PREHISTORIC MULTICULTURAL SETTLEMENT IN
    HAJNÁ NOVÁ VES IN 1982 -1989
    2. SETTLEMENT OF THE BOŠÁCA CULTURE
    2.1 Settlement features and finds
    2.2 Simulation of meso-regional settlement
    2.3 Western Carpathians and inter-cultural contexts - corded ornament
    Finds circumstances in the Western Carpathians
    Type-chronological and cultural-historical horizon of the corded ornament
    Experiment, semiotics and episteme
    Multiculturalism and acculturation
    3. SETTLEMENT OF THE LUSATIAN CULTURE
    3.1 Settlement features and finds
    3.2 The settlement dislocation - the settlement area simulation
    Production areas
    F o o d - p r o c e s s i n g a r e a
    P o t t e r y - m a n u f a c t u r i n g a r e a
    M e t a l l u r g i c a l a n d m e t a l - f o u n d i n g a r e a
    Population areas
    R e s i d e n t i a l a r e a
    F u n e r a l a r e a
    4. CELTIC SETTLEMENT AND ITS HINTERLAND
    4. 1 The Celts and their presence in the region
    4. 2 Settlement features and finds
    4. 3 Evaluation
    4. 4 Analysis of settlement features
    4. 4 Dating of the settlement 111
    5. FIND EXPERTISES
    5. 1 Plant macroremians from Lusatian culture features at Hajná Nová Ves
    5. 2 Archaeozoological Research on Material from Locality Hajná Nová Ves
    5. 3 Analysis of Stone Artefacts from Hajná Nová Ves
    5. 4 Geophysical prospecting on the multicultural settlement in Hajná Nová Ves 135
    BIBLIOGRAPHY 158

    Celts, image of dwelling


    Lusatian culture, image of dwelling. People from Lucatian culture are biological ancestor of Slavic people (haplogrup R1A)



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    Lusatian culture, Halberstadt, halogrup R1a1a1b1a2, references
    https://translate.google.sk/translat...83%D1%80%D0%B0
    Goolge: Lusatian culture Halberstadt
    http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1502/1502.02783.pdf


    Bronze gate and wall in Biskupin - reconstructed Lusatian culture settlement from Bronze Age
    800px-Biskupin_-_gate_and_wall.jpg
    800px-Biskupin_brama_od_wewnatrz.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloven-Vened View Post
    Lusatian culture, Halberstadt, halogrup R1a1a1b1a2, references
    https://translate.google.sk/translat...83%D1%80%D0%B0
    Goolge: Lusatian culture Halberstadt
    http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1502/1502.02783.pdf


    Bronze gate and wall in Biskupin - reconstructed Lusatian culture settlement from Bronze Age
    800px-Biskupin_-_gate_and_wall.jpg
    800px-Biskupin_brama_od_wewnatrz.jpg
    You need to read the Karafet paper of 2014 in regards to R- ydna

    R formed in modern south-East Asia

    R1 and R2 formed in Northern india

    R1a and R1b formed north of the Himalayas mountains

    What part of the Himalayas mountains was slavic?

    R1a has never been a sole slavic marker
    có che un pòpoło no 'l defende pi ła só łéngua el xe prónto par èser s'ciavo

    when a people no longer dares to defend its language it is ripe for slavery.

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    R1 and R2 formed in Northern india

    R1a and R1b formed north of the Himalayas mountains

    What part of the Himalayas mountains was slavic?
    For example Cyril Hromník speak about theory connection between Europa and India.
    Dr. Cyril Hroník is Slovakian scientist historian and linguistic expert with very rich and world academic career in his scientific work say, about etymology of Slovak words. O lot of words in Slovakia have dravidian tamil language etymology. Tamil is the oldest language of world and Slovakian/Slavic language has the most tamilic words. Tamilic words use other European languages too)
    gallery_2_image_17_1391180448_large.jpg
    Dr. Cyril Hromník



    On rivers (and greater mountains and historical cities) in Slovakia don't exist etymology in Slovak and European languages.Linguistic expert Dr. Cyril Hromník present etymology of the majority rivers (, greater mountains and historical cities) in Slovakia from tamil dravic language. It is amazement.
    Tamil language is reportedly oldest language of the world.
    Lived before Indo-Europeans (Aryans) in Europa people with Tamil language which gave names rivers (greater mountains and historical cities) in Slovakia ? (Tamil is not Indo-European language)
    I am sorry, full etymology scientific work from Cyril Hromník is only in Slovak language

    I find this link of Cyril Hromník etymology presentation and historic theory, (English language!!!)
    http://www.korenine.si/knige/Sloveni...Hromnik_UP.pdf
    second link for download the same PDF file
    (lecture Slovenia)
    Last edited by Sloven-Vened; 11-09-16 at 17:05.

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    Tamilic in Slavic? Very surprising. Some seldom roots common in modern I-E and Dravidian languages could have a remote source around the Eastern Iran and Indus region dating from Neolithic and metals ages but here we have to speak of proto-languages, at least for I-Ean, and of Dravidian, not peculiarly of Tamilic.
    I'm not a specialist of Slavic languages and even lesser of Dravidian languages but...
    &: I 've always kind of defiance concerning the "oldest languages" or this sort of affirmations.

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    It it only approximately up 50 tamil words in Slovak language, it is small number. Connection betwen Europa and India was via trade road, via traders. It is theory of scientist Cyril Hromník, it isnt infallible and unerring truth
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil_language

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloven-Vened View Post
    Dr. Cyril Hroník is Slovakian scientist historian and linguistic expert with very rich and world academic career in his scientific work say, about ethymology of Slovak words. O lot of words in Slovakia have dravidian tamil language ethymology. Tamil is the oldest language of world and Slovakian/Slavic launage has the most tamilic words. Tamilic words use other european languages too) gallery_2_image_17_1391180448_large.jpg Dr. Cyril Hromník
    this photo shows, that this dude is very infantile and isn't a serious scholar. The whole 'Tamilic in Slavic' issue is pure BS. Another spectacular approach to gather $$$ for nothing.

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    dodona

    It is photo of Cyril Hromnik before o lot of years. Photo it not important

    In English wikipedia write, that in European languages is small number of tamilic (dravic) words too. It it not anything overblown.
    And trading between Europa and India before Christ, is not anything overblown too.

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