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Karanovo, Bulgaria

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Large tell in the Azmak Valley near Nova Zagora, whose deposits span the early Neolithic through to the middle Bronze Age and provide not only a full account of the cultural...

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Körös Culture

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Hungarian version of the early Neolithic Starčevo Culture, named for a tributary of the River Tisza, known in Romania as the Criş. One distinguishing trait of the Körös...

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Lepenski Vir

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Lies on the Serbian bank of the dramatic Iron Gates Gorge of the Danube, on a sandy ledge facing a whirlpool. The site was discovered in 1967 during rescue operations ...

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Vincˇa Culture

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Middle and late Neolithic culture of southeastern Europe, named after a type‐site on the Danube near Belgrade. The Vinča Culture succeeds the Starčevo Culture in the region....

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Vincˇa, Serbia

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Substantial tell beside the River Danube near Belgrade, extensively excavated by Miloje Vasić between 1908 and 1912. The deep stratigraphy, up to 10.5 m thick in places,...

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