Tag: Marija Gimbutas

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23 January 2021
Prehistory in Italy, in the sign of the Goddess
23 January marks the centenary of the birth of Marija Gimbutas. The well-known mytho-archaeologist needs no introduction. It was she who coined the expression "Ancient Europe" as the result of a campaign of excavations lasting more than ten years in which she demonstrated, data in hand, the existence of a flourishing civilisation and a rich culture inspired by the cult of the Goddess, which flourished in the Palaeolithic period and was progressively annihilated with the arrival of waves of migrants from the East who created the cultural, social, political and religious system we call Patriarchy. [...]
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