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My name is Noemi Prazsmary. I work as a restorer of antique object and as an artist.
My name is Noemi Prazsmary. I work as a restorer of antique object and as an artist.

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Romania . 3600 years.
The Middle Bronze Age (c.2200–1600/1500 BCE),
The Gârla Mare culture is considered to be the most important representation of the art of the Bronze Age (1600 - 1150 BC) in Romania, remarked by the elegance of the ceramics modeling and the treasure of the ornaments similar to the Mycenaean. Garla Mare's culture is characterized by a pottery of amazing ornamental wealth .
The name of the culture comes from the name of the village of Gârla Mare (Mehedinţi County), where the first discoveries were made. Culture has grown on both banks of the Danube, in the meadow and low river basins, including the Žuto-Brdo area of Serbia.
http://www.monumenteoltenia.ro/oltenia-arheologica-garla-mare/

http://cronica.cimec.ro/detaliu.asp?k=4636&d=Garla-Mare-Mehedinti-La-Dune-2010

http://b2b-strategy.ro/2016/04/m-a-facut-mama-oltean/
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Romania . 3600 years.
The Middle Bronze Age (c.2200–1600/1500 BCE),
The Gârla Mare culture is considered to be the most important representation of the art of the Bronze Age (1600 - 1150 BC) in Romania, remarked by the elegance of the ceramics modeling and the treasure of the ornaments similar to the Mycenaean.Gârla Mare 's culture is characterized by a pottery of amazing ornamental wealth .
The name of the culture comes from the name of the village of Gârla Mare (Mehedinţi County), where the first discoveries were made. Culture has grown on both banks of the Danube, in the meadow and low river basins, including the Žuto-Brdo area of Serbia.
http://www.monumenteoltenia.ro/oltenia-arheologica-garla-mare/

http://cronica.cimec.ro/detaliu.asp?k=4636&d=Garla-Mare-Mehedinti-La-Dune-2010

http://b2b-strategy.ro/2016/04/m-a-facut-mama-oltean/
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Weekend Fun Pic:Native Italian (Daunian or Canosan) terracotta askos (flask with a spout and handle over the top). 3rd Century BC. 8 9/16 inches tall. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Image: Met Museum Open Source
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Weekend Fun Pic: Attic Black-Figure Amphora ("Tyrrhenian" style. )Attributed to Pointed Nose Painter. Greek (Athens). Date: 555 - 550 B.C. Terracotta. 34.3 cm (13 1/2 in.) tall. J. Paul Getty Museum. Image: Getty Open Source Images
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