About Tumba Madzari
Tumba Madzari is a Neolithic settlement in the north-eastern region of Skopje, in Macedonia.
It is most notable for the Pre-Indo-European Great Mother statuettes which provide the proof of existence of the Cult of the Great Mother Goddess.
After several archaeological excavations on the site, a range of artefacts were discovered which indicate that ancient peoples inhabited Tumba Madzari between 6000 – 4300 BC.
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