The first and the most important discovery of modern man was geometry, or the AA (angle alphabet. The angle comes first among the other geometrical figures. It was carved on bone, stone, rock, wood. Then came the rhombus, spiral, the zigzag, the circle, the square, the cross, the triangle, the handmill, the swastika. The geometrical symbols, it seems, were born in the Carpatho-Danubian space and unitied the neolithic world. They were used by the people of those times (30,000-9,000 B.C.) for the storage and transmitting of information. .

"Columbia" from Brinzeni, Basarabia, republic of Moldova, 30.000 BC

The geometrical and mathematical amulete from Mitoc-Dealul Galben, near Botosani, Est Romania, 26.000 BC. Knowledge of spirals, angle, parallel lines, 2 and 3, 6 and 9.

Madona from Cosauti, on the Dnester river, Basarabia, republic of Moldova,16.000 BC

Circles from Dorohoi, Est Romania, 16.000 BC

The horse discovered in the Cuciulat Cave
(15,000-20,000 BC.)

The alphabetical encyclopaedia found in the Gaura Chindiei Cave, Romania.

First encyclopedia of the Homo Sapiens? Cuina Turcului, on the Danube, 11.000 BC

The diamond of Cuina Turcului, on the Danubian shore, Romania. This was painted by man before the plough and the invention of ceramic. The diamond united the neolithic world.

Zigzag, angle, column found at Cuina Turcului.(the 10th-9th milleniums B.C)

Geometrical writing found at Schela Cladovei. This is the place where the first mattock was found, belonging to the 8th millenium B.C. and which is said to be the first plough in the world. "Little bird, move out your nest/ 'Cause the master is coming with his plough", one of the most civilizing songs in the world, born and preserved in the Carpatho-Danubian space.

The Sacred Tree from Danceni, Basarabia, republic of Moldova, 5000 BC

The writing of the goddesses, discovered by Marija Gimbutas on the little statues of madonas holding children. (milleniun 6-5 B.C.) The Vinca Culture.

The frequent pattern of the fighting beasts  is suggestive maybe of the natural dichotomy of the Cosmos. Cucuteni Culture, 4500-3500 BC

The flow of the Danube where the world's geometrical adventure was born. (see Marija Gimbutas). (Millenium 10-6 B.C.)

Rhomboidal river stone with cercles, spirals and vertical line from Pruncu, Basarabia, Republic of Moldova, Upper Paleolithic

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