Traditional Romanian Easter Eggs

Traditional Romanian Easter Eggs -the tradition still very alive today- The painted symbols have been transmitted from one generation to another & also appear at Tărtăria culture î.) They have also inspired great Romanian sculptor Brancusi

Romanian Traditional Folk Art Embroidery http://www.pinterest.com/patarosie/the-romanian-blouse/

The symbol for the Sun god / goddess, creator of the Sacred Hearth, giver of life, is a central motif in the designs of many cultures of the Slavic & Baltic regions.

Thracian, Golden Rhyton with Deer Head from "Thrace and the Ancient World" Exhibition at National History Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria, June 2011

Thracian (Bulgarian), Golden Rhyton with Deer Head from "Thrace and the Ancient World" Exhibition at National History Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria, June 2011

Silver rhyton, Porona, Romania, 4th Cemtury BC

Gilded Silver rhyton from Poroina, Romania. End of the century BCE. Shaped like a bull head, with missing insets for eyes, ears, and horns. Decorated with figures holding rhytons.

Dacian woman carrying the ancient symbol of her people, the wolf

Dacian woman warrior carrying our ancient symbol,the wolf ,Romanian Festival

Romanian ancient symbol

This ancient Romanian symbol would look great with feathers hanging below it like a dream catcher!

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