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Ancient Slavic settlement at Břeclav, Pohansko

Ancient Slavic settlement at Břeclav, Pohansko

Македонское надгробие / Macedonian tombstone

Македонское надгробие / Macedonian tombstone

Slovanské Hradiská: Pohanská viera Slovanov a jej dôkazy v archeologických nálezoch

Slovanské Hradiská: Pohanská viera Slovanov a jej dôkazy v archeologických…

Morana – The Ancient Slavic Goddess of Winter and Death – Slavorum

Morana - The daughter of the great goddess Lada and her husband God Svarog, has grown up to become what ancient Slavs recognized as the patroness of the winter, the underworld and symbol of the end of physical life as we mortals know it.

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Kummїr – The word consists of two nouns: Kum: “God-Father” – “relative”, and Mir “peace” “kind”, “universe” “community”. “Kummїr” would mean: “Heavenly Parent” or “Universal Ancestor” .

Ancient Origins of Green Week celebration among Slavs – Slavorum

Ancient Origins of Green Week celebration among Slavs – Slavorum

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Faces of the Gods by Nona Gerasimovna Kukel. - Old Samovar

Ancient Slavs had their own calendar of twelve months which indicated seasonal changes. The months had original Slavic names based on observation of changes in their natural surrounding.

Ancient Slavs had their own calendar of twelve months which indicated seasonal changes. The months had original Slavic names based on observation of changes in their natural surrounding.

Slovanské Hradiská: Mikulčice / Kopčany (CZ/SK)

Slovanské Hradiská: Mikulčice / Kopčany (CZ/SK)

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