The Lost World of Old Europe

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Jennifer Chi, Associate Director for Exhibitions and Public Programs at Institute of the Study of the Ancient World, and David Anthony, Professor of Archaeology in the Department of Anthropology at Hartwick College, discuss the exhibition "The Lost World of Old Europe: The Danube Valley, 5000–3500 BC," on view at NYU’s Institute of the Study of the Ancient World through April 25.


David Anthony and Jennifer Chi
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Comments [3]

neuronos from Romania, Geto-dac

Lost World ?
We are still here !
The Curch and governments do not have interest to spread to people desire to look very deep more than 2000 years ago !
We live in a lie about a truth!

Feb. 04 2010 08:25 AM
john harvey from toronto

when in Copenhagen last summer, I saw incredible exhibits of PRE-viking peoples of early Scandinavia/ Denmark. Did these tribes/people pre-date or have any connection with Northern Europe?

Jan. 14 2010 12:56 PM
Leon Ablon from Chelsea

Is there a relation between Old Europe and the caucasian migration to the area around the Tarim Basin in western China?

Jan. 14 2010 12:55 PM

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