The first evidence of Varna’s ancient civilization came in the form of tools, vessels, utensils, and figurines made from stone, flint, bone, and clay.
Inside grave 43, archaeologists uncovered the remains of a high status male who appears to have been a ruler/leader of some kind – more gold was found within this burial than in the entire rest of the world in that period.
As advances were made, and craftsmen mastered metallurgy of copper and gold, the inhabitants now had something extremely valuable to trade.
Increased contacts with neighbours both north and south eventually opened up trade relations within the Black Sea and Mediterranean region, which was of great importance for the development of the society.
These amulets, associated with pregnancy and childbirth, indicate that the 'burials' were those of females. Is a Co-Owner Editor and Writer of Ancient-Origins She is also a guest writer on Epoch Times and i Spectrum Magazine She completed a Bachelor of Science Psychology degree and published research in the field of Educational Psychology She has has...
Further evidence of this is the fact that there were no battle-axes found in these cenotaphs, but each of them had a copper pin, a flint knife and a spindle whorl. Read More Sternberg - I suppose you never quite mastered the art of reading in elementary?