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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Atlantean Jewelry as continued on at Neolithic Malta

Left, a 5600 year old skull is seen during Jewellery Through the Times, part of Fashion Week Malta, in Lijanext .  Right, a facial reconstruction of a 5600 year old skull is seen during Jewellery Through the Times, part of Fashion Week Malta, in Lijanext
     


 A combination photo shows a 5600 year old skull (L), found on the Maltese island of Gozo, and a facial reconstruction based on it during Jewellery Through the Times, part of Fashion Week Malta, in which models presented replicas of jewellery worn in Neolithic Malta, in Lija outside Valletta, May 7, 2013. The replicas were recreated with meticulous attention to detail from unique pieces dating back to 3600 B.C. at the National Museum of Archaeology, according to the organisers. The facial reconstruction by the University of Dundee, the first ever done of a Neolithic inhabitant of Malta, is of a woman who died in her thirties round 3600 B.C. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi

[The skull is similar to a North African Neolithic type called Capsian]

A model presents a replica of jewellery worn in Neolithic Malta some 5600 years ago during Jewellery Through the Times, part of Fashion Week Malta, in Lijanext



A model presents a replica of jewellery worn in Neolithic Malta some 5600 years ago during Jewellery Through the Times, part of Fashion Week Malta, in Lijanext
A model presents a replica of jewellery worn in Neolithic Malta some 5600 years ago during Jewellery Through the Times, part of Fashion Week Malta, in Lijanext


A model presents a replica of jewellery worn in Neolithic Malta some 5600 years ago during Jewellery Through the Times, part of Fashion Week Malta, in Lijanext

A model presents a replica of jewellery worn in Neolithic Malta some 5600 years ago during Jewellery Through the Times, part of Fashion Week Malta, in Lijanext
 

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/photos/jewellery-through-the-times-slideshow/combination-photo-shows-5600-old-skull-found-maltese-photo-220625467.html

Malta in the Middle Neolithic/Megalithic


 


Prehistoric sites of interest in Gozo and Malta
Below: Wikipedia map for Middle Neolithic in Mediterranean area, arrows added

2 comments:

  1. The arrows are an incorrect depiction of where Cardium Pottery Culture came from refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardium_Pottery please correct your article

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  2. NO, I have provided good documentation the cardial (impresso) pottery is OLDER in North Africa and follows on older still traditions approximately 10000-11000 years ago, further to the Southern part of the Sahara. Wikipedia is simply going to have to update their entry because the arrows on their entry are most decidedly wrong and follow an outmoded Eurocentric model while ignoring the information from Africa

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