PREHISTORIC MONUMENTS OF METALLURGIC ART IN DACIA
XX. The origins of metallurgy
XXI. The eschatological tablets of the
Kion – the tall copper column from the region of Atlas mountains (Olt)
XXIII. The huge krater on the Sky Column in the Carpathians
Stele Chryse Megale – the
great Gold column, consecrated to Uranos, Saturn
XXIV.1. Evhemerus about the great
Gold column, consecrated to Uranos, etc.
XXIV.2. The country of Uranos, in
the region of Atlas mountains.
Evhemerus’ Arabia felix, near the river
XXIV.3. The island called Panchea
(Peuce) in Evhemerus’ sacred history
XXIV.4. Olympos Triphylius in
XXV. Gaea’s gold apples
Koas - The golden fleece consecrated to the god Mars (Marte),
in the mountainous region called Colchis (Colti)
XXVI.1. The Greek legend about
Phrixus and Helle. The Argonauts depart for Colchis
XXVI.2. The mountainous region
called Colchis, near the Lower Istru
XXVI.3. The capital and residence
of King Aietes (Dia, Dioscurias, Sevastopolis,
XXVI.4. The golden fleece, as
sacred object of the Pelasgian pastoral and agricultural tribes
XXVI.5. The Argonauts steal the
golden fleece and turn towards Hellada.
The two prehistoric courses of the Istru,
one towards Adria (Adrian),
the other towards the Euxine Pontos
XXVI.6. An enormous multitude of
inhabitants from Aietes’ kingdom pursue the Argonauts to the
Adriatic Sea. They settle in Istria. The
origin and language of the Istrien Romanians.
The origin and language of the Istrian
XXVI.7. The legend about the
stealing of the golden fleece, in heroic Romanian songs.
XXVI.8. Medea in traditional Romanian songs
XXVI.9. A trace of the names of
the Argonaut heroes, in Romanian traditional songs.
XXVI.10. Nephele or Nebula in Romanian traditions.
XXVI.11. Phrixus (Phrixios),
an ancient patronymic name, at north of the Lower Danube
XXVI.12. Helle’s legend in the Romanian version
Volcanus – his country and his famous masterpieces in Romanian traditions
XXVIII. The Arimaspian or Hyperborean treasure from
XXVIII.1. The village Petrosa (Pietroasa) and its
The discovery of the
XXVIII.2. The large discus from the Petrosa treasure.
(I. Discus sive lanx).
XXVIII.3. The platter (II. Patera, Phiale) decorated with figures, representing the festival of the
Hyperboreans in honour
of the Great Mother (Mammes vindemia).
Ianus (‘Iaon,’ Ion) figured on the platter from Petrosa, as the first king
of the Hyperboreans.
XXVIII.4. The fibula in the shape of a phoenix (III.
XXVIII.5. The torc with inscription (VII – Torques)
Pylai -The Iron Gates.
XXX. Rings with gems from the rock of Prometheus