7000-year-old Prehistoric Settlement in Serbia

Archaeologists have unearthed a 7000-year-old prehistoric settlement near the Tamiš River in northeastern Serbia, believed to be from the late Neolithic period. The site covers 11-13 hectares and features several ditches, revealing artifacts tied to the Vinča culture. This discovery, led by Martin Furholt from the Kiel University, is crucial for understanding social structures and technologies of early European societies. It offers insights into the Banat region’s prehistoric culture, enhancing knowledge of early human history in Southeast Europe.

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