Marija Gimbutas- Baltic Origins that hails from Old Europe
Marija Gimbutas, classically trained archeologist, to this day is often attacked and denigrated by colleagues who are unable to accept her glories in documenting and fluid toponym-memnonia of "Old Europe." Marija's outstanding intuitive combined with her genius or what is more appropriately named as her Juno, moves from the base of the linear, segmented old science approaches and expands the archeological context so that it is a full spectrum of artifacts and memorialization of antique sites and features.
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Posted Friday, March 28, 2008, 09:33 AM
Classically trained archeologists who uncovered the "Civiliation of the Goddess" or termed by her as "Old Europe," in what is now former Yugoslavia, is a flawless investigation of a multifaceted legitimate authority- known as the "Civilization of the Goddess." Joan Marler, editor for Gimbutas' archeological books unquestionably grants modern archeological approaches to tracing commemorative activity and their meanings. Marler heads the Archeomythology Institute, http://www.archaeomythology.org