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Chronological Axis


Neolithic Age

(2nd half of 6th millennium B.C. – early 3rd millennium B.C.)

The Neolithic Age in the Prut – Dniester area lasted about 1,500 years and is characterized by the sedentarization of human communities and improvement of the methods of processing of the products made of bone and stone.Communities engaged in agriculture for the first time produce vessels made of fired clay. The earthenware is decorated with notches in geometric stile. There are identified several archaeological cultures.In the collection and exhibition of the NMAHM there are diverse objects and earthenware attributed to the Bug-Dniester culture (2nd half of 6th millennium B.C.) [1, 5], the Cris culture (middle of 5th millennium B.C.) [2, 3, 4], the Linear Pottery culture (late 5th millennium B.C.) [6], etc.

 

1.Vessel with incised decoration, the Bug-Dniester culture
 
1.Vessel with incised decoration, the Bug-Dniester culture - Neolithic Age
 
2.Table-altar with incised decoration, the Cris culture
 
2.Table-altar with incised decoration, the Cris culture - Neolithic Age
 
3.Vessel with incised decoration, the Cris culture
 
3.Vessel with incised decoration, the Cris culture - Neolithic Age
 
4.Stemmed “fruit dish” vessel
 
4.Stemmed “fruit dish” vessel  - Neolithic Age
 
5.Hoe made of horn, the Bug-Dniester culture
 
5.Hoe made of horn, the Bug-Dniester culture - Neolithic Age
 
6.Vessels, the Linear Pottery culture
 
6.Vessels, the Linear Pottery culture - Neolithic Age
 








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