Explore Macedonia, Anthropology and more!

Photo: A Traditional Macedonian Bride, Skopsa-Macedonia

Photo: A Traditional Macedonian Bride, Skopsa-Macedonia

5 Minute No-Sew Drop Cloth Curtain Tutorial from www.ThoughtsfromAlice.com

5 Minute No Sew Drop Cloth Curtains

5 Minute No-Sew Drop Cloth Curtain Tutorial - Click through for full instructions and sources for these specific drop cloths and clip rings at Thought from Alice.

Stobi (Ancient Greek: Στόβοι) was an ancient town of Paeonia, later conquered by Macedon, and later turned into the capital of the Roman province of Macedonia Salutaris (now near Gradsko in the Republic of Macedonia). It is located on the main road that leads from the Danube to the Aegean Sea and is considered by many to be the most famous archaeological site in the Republic of Macedonia. Image: Roman mosaics from the triclinium from the House of Polycharmos

Stobi (Ancient Greek: Στόβοι) was an ancient town of Paeonia, later conquered by Macedon, and later turned into the capital of the Roman province of Macedonia Salutaris (now near Gradsko in the Republic of Macedonia). It is located on the main road that l

Must see!  Absolutely!  rosettastone

Top 10 Oldest Languages in the World

The Rosetta Stone - British Museum - without the discovery of this hieroglyphics would never have been translated. Created in 196 BC, Discovered in 1799 by a soldier, Pierre-François Bouchard, of the Napoleonic expedition to Egypt.

Alexander the Great Golden Bust A bronze bust in gold leaf of Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) Found in the National Roman Museum, in Rome, Italy.

178 Alexander the Great Golden Bust A bronze bust in gold leaf of Alexander the Great BC) Found in the National Roman Museum, in Rome, Italy.

villiage of Milado nagorichane kumanovo area , Bulgaria

Traditional festive costume of the village of Mlado Nagorichane (Kumanovo area, Macedonia).

Traditional bridal/festive costume from Gidas/Alexandria (Imathia, Greek Macedonia). Early 20th century.

Traditional bridal/festive costume from Gidas/Alexandria (Imathia, Greek Macedonia).

Neolithic cat head -- terracotta - c. 4000 BC.  The Vinča culture (c. 6000 to 3000 BC) takes its name from the city of Vinča, near Belgrade, in Serbia, where archaeologists unearthed important remains in 1908. The Vinča people were concentrated near the Danube, in what is now Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Macedonia, but left traces throughout the Balkans.

Cat head -- terracotta - c. Vinča culture (c. 6000 to 3000 BC) is a Neolithic and prehistoric culture takes its name from the city of Vinča, near Belgrade, in Serbia, where archaeologists unearthed important remains in

Pinterest
Search