The Tărtăria tablets (below) refers to a group of three tablets, discovered in 1961 by archaeologist Nicolae Vlassa at a Neolithic site in the village of Tărtăria (about 30 km mi) from Alba Iulia), in Romania.
The Gezer Calendar, C. A tablet of soft limestone inscribed in a paleo-Hebrew script. It reads: "Two months of harvest/Two months of planting/Two months of late planting/One month of hoeing/One month of barley-harvest/One month of harvest and f
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
Tărtăria Tablets 5300 BC -One thing is sure: the writing found on the “Tărtăria tablets” is the first writing in the world, which we know of. Unfortunately, the signs have remained indecipherable until this day.