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Byron Peters
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, Bristol, 1 review

Interesting blog, keys in with my own research on old languages and philology. Well illustrated. Look forward to more articles here. I set up a bookmark in the web browser.

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Olivera
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wrote 2 years ago
Belgrade, 1 review

Very interesting and useful blog. Articles provide scientific explanations, but also give a new and interesting insight in connections which exist between European cultures.

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Kate
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wrote 2 years ago
USA, Auburn, 1 review

For anyone interested in truly studious research in language and cultural history intersections, this is the place! It's my definite go to blog for thoughtful discourse and really intriguing information.

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Boba Ponjavic
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wrote 2 years ago
Norway, 1 review

Excellent source of variety information in history of culture- language, anthropology, science... Inspiring and motivating to search more and come back again to oldeuropeanculture to check and update.

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carol allen
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wrote 2 years ago
USA, Cooper, 1 review

Very informative and thought-provoking. I always find Goran's ideas to be interesting and unusual, comparing ideas in an innovative and different way. I especially enjoy the references to the similarities in languages and cultures.

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IvanNešić
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
Belgrade, 1 review

In my opinion author is doing very importan job, i reaviling facts from froggoten cultures from europen soil. I would rate him exxelent!

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Jane Morrow
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wrote 2 years ago
Australia, 1 review

I really enjoy this blog and look forward to each new post. I learn a lot and Goran welcomes contributions and discussions so it is fun to be a part of.

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wojciech
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
Great Britain, 1 review

It is a beautiful blog delivered with passion and creativity. Good source of information about the old European culture and traditions. Conclusions that inspire to think about the great cultural heritage you participate in even if you do not realise that.

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Angela Imes
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wrote 2 years ago
USA, Erie, 1 review

This blog is well written and its topics certainly researched. I learn something new each time I read along.

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anne-marie curry
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wrote 2 years ago
Great Britain, Hastings, 1 review

I read this blog regularly and have learned so much about my own history from it. Goran is a learned and accessible writer, I now know so much about Serbia, and Irish links that I would otherwise not have even knew existed.

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Alice C. Linsley
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wrote 2 years ago
USA, Loop, 1 review

I commend Goran Pavlovic's research, insights, and excellent intuition about facets of old European culture, especially related to the Celts and the Serbs. His blog is rich in anthropological discoveries and important connections, and will be enjoyed by people of varied interests, including anthropologists and the simply curious.

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Cassi Merten
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, 1 review

A great site that explores the linguistic similarities between Old Irish and Old Serbian. In addition, old cultural elements of both Slavic and Celtic cultures are explored to show that we have more in common than different :-)

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Martin Silcock
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wrote 2 years ago
Great Britain, Burton-on-trent, 1 review

Goran's views and research on the origins of words, rituals, cultures are marvellous reading. He makes unique links between Central Europe and Eire.

He makes you think about how terms today for everyday objects and remaining archaeological sites tell a story over time.

I don't know where he finds the time and sources to maintain the quality of his ideas always supported by evidence...with a real spirit of curiosity.

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Jelena Popovic
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
Belgrade, 1 review

Old European culture blog is one of the most intriguing and well versed wellsprings of information bringing to fore new ideas, moments and shedding light on old mysteries.
A great read for all those that want to know more!
Best,
Jelena Popovic

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Lawrence Turner
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
USA, Los Angeles, 1 review

This is a well researched thoughtful site that brings to light many historiacl factors that have been forgotten, or hidden, over time.

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Ruza
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wrote 2 years ago
Ljubljana, 1 review

I am very glad that I have found this place which gives so much interesting information. I have learned a lot since the first time I visited this page. My native language is Slovenian and I can find similarities between the three languages as well. Thank you.

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Jovan Senicanin
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wrote 2 years ago
Sweden, 1 review

This blog is really useful, with lovely stories about the origin of European languages and the culture overall. It's really easy to read I have to add.
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henry o hare
(4 of 5 points)
wrote 2 years ago
Great Britain, 1 review

Some insightfull articals here on old celtic cultural survivals in the balkins and the conections with irland and elswhere in europe.

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Important pages are Goat, Archaeology and Winter Solstice Goat From Macedon. In the following table you'll find the 10 most important pages of Oldeuropeanculture.blogspot.com:

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1. Goat http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.ie/2016/12/goat.html
2. archaeo­logy http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.de/search/label/archaeo­logy
3. Win­ter solsti­ce goat from Mace­don http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.de/2017/07/winter-solsti­ce-goat-from-mace­don.html
4. Cap­ri­corn http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.de/search/label/Cap­ri­corn
5. Bogo­vo gum­no - Gods thres­hing floor /2014/08/bogovo-gumno-gods-thres­hing-floor.html
6. An­cient Macedo­nia http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.de/search/label/An­cient Macedo­nia
7. Chime­ra http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.de/2017/06/chime­ra.html
8. Two cros­ses http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.ie/2016/07/two-cros­ses.html
9. Ori­gin of zo­diac http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.de/search/label/Origin of zodiac
10. Three suns http://ol­deuropeancul­tu­re.blogspot.ie/2017/03/three-suns.html

Worth knowing about Oldeuropeanculture.blogspot.com: Irish, also known as Irish Gaelic, is a Goidelic language of the Indo-European language family, originating in Ireland and historically spoken by the Irish people. read more

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