The great glacier held a big part of the planetary amount of water, so the passing from the Danube to Minor Asia was no problem until recently. The maps we present here, all of them confirmed archeologically, demonstrate that the Carpatho-Danubian and the Sumerian spaces were the harbours of the civilized world, the centres which produced spiritual and material values later on taken over by the rest of the world.

Map of Europe in the epoch of rupestre painting -- the glacier also holds in its "claws" Central Europe. England was still part of the continent, and the passing to Minor Asia from the Carpatho-Danubian space did not cause problems to the first homo sapiens.

7000 - 5000 BC -- From the Carpatho-Danubian space start spreading the most importan technologies of the first men - the ceramic, the logic thinking (the diamond, the spiral, the zigzag, the angle), the mattock, agriculture, the ploughing, the wheel and the plough.

5000 years BC men split into townsmen and peasants - those who spread to the south founded the Uru Civilization, associated with the towns. Those who stayed influenced even the Vedic Indo-Europeans ideologically and continued to live a rustic life.

Aerial view of archeological site -- The largest and best preserved Dacian Fortress.surrounded by defence towers

The map of the Dacian fortresses built in the Suryan Mountains (Surya-the God of the Sun for the Vedic people - Carpato-Danubians).

The map of Europe in the period of the great "geometrical" discoveries, 11,000 - 9,000 B.C. (the diamond, the zigzag, the circle, the angle, the triangle, the square, the spiral, the hand-mill, etc.) (according to Marija Gimbutas) It seems the Carpatho-Danubian diamond was exported to the Sumerian space. History did not start in Sumer, but at Cuina Turcului, in the village Dubova, county Mehedinti, Romania.

The map of the Cris-Starcevo culture, the Carpatho-Danubian civilization of the first homo sapiens - see The First (according to Marija Gimbutas), 7000-6000 B.C.

The cultural map of the old Carpatho-Danubian people - (see The Earliest), (6000-5000 B.C.(the 6th-5th milleniums BC); the goddesses and the thinkers of the Vinca, Boian, Gumelnita, Hamangia cultures appeared 2,500 years before the cicladic sculptures. The writings found at Tartaria, (see the writing of the goddesses) (according to Marija Gimbutas) came in 1,500 years before the Sumerian writing).

Map showing the conquering of the world by the Vedic Carpato-Danubians (according to V.Gordon Childe).

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