Update: Oldest European city in Bulgaria linked to salt trade, [Jor/Su]Danubya, after Jericho, Catal Huyok, same age as Sum-Er-idu (cf later Samara, Mari, Meroe, Samaria, Samarkand]
Salt was always important, but for nomadic/dome(s)tic herders it was critical for health of herbivorous herds. Gorse/pulse/legume/pea Fodder fed them, and its branches aflame burned off brine water while salt making at salt springs of Romans and earlier Bulgarians.
"Gorse does not take to shade, child of its Father, low-lying, humble, flammable, used by Romans in their salt industry, firing for traditional clay bread ovens" Carlos at Tletl: Pulse post)
the Thai verb from Nauatl noun/tatli(N)=t/dad/tli. ...saan(Thai)=zala(Skrt)=the court,=t/zallantli(N)=port,desfiladero,neck, throat,canyon,=tzalan(N/posposición)=in the middle of,=sala(sp), note, the(n)of, saa(n), e.g., salmon(fish)=tzallantli monequi(N)=tzalmonequi(N)= canyon/port(inlet)necessary, in order to stake out the living salmon and cut fresh steaks out of it, also, the origin of, sal(sp)=salt, as salt/sal(sp)needs a canyon to evaporate in. then, salary(E). also, Allegheny/Allaghani=Tz/Alla(ghe)n/tli, canyon mountains/cave mts. Carlos at tletl Chai
Protecting Danube River basin resources: ensuring access to water ... - Google Books Result
Irene Lyons Murphy - 1997 - 224 pages
CRIS/KOROS RIVERS The various branches of the Cris and Koros Rivers
originate in the mountains of western Romania and flow into the Hungarian plain
Körös (Hungarian: Körös (Horus?), Romanian: Cris, Bulgarian: Hristo (Christo/Pristo?), German: Kreisch) is the name of a 195 km long river in eastern Hungary, which flows into the Tisa which is the largest tributary that flows into the Danube which flows into the Black Sea. Did the Annu/Danu/Danubian/DaNubYana people own the River "roadways" throughout Europe/Asia/Africa? Compare to Ma'DaN, SuDaN, VeNeTyan, PhoeNiTyan...
Oldest writing at Mures River near Koros River, at county capital, Alba Iulia (Julia)
The 8000-year-old skeleton of a young man found near the village of Ohoden (Eden?) has been taken to the Regional History Museum in Vratsa. The skeleton, already dubbed by the Bulgarian media as Hristo “the first European”
Krizevci, Central Croatia: (Latin: Crisium, Hungarian: Kőrös, German: Kreutz) where the main caravan roads crossed, and there was a famous king's Coloman road that was going through Križevci. That road was connecting Pannonia and Dalmatia. Associated Rivers: valley of the river Bednja, between swamped alluvial valleys of the brook Vrtlin from the east and the brook Koruska from the west.
Koruska, Croatia, Danube: Entering the village of Koruska a left road leads to the Koruska Restaurant (E), to the guesthouse Dunavska terasa (Danube terrace) (E, U) and the camp area (U), 180m away. http://www.donau-info.org/donau.php%3Fpg%3D5%26lg%3Den%26ld%3Dsr%26rang%3D3%26mn%3D4
"Ainu" & Pre-Egyptian? scripts on tablets found in the earlier Danube-Bulgaria-Greece area:
The tablets, unearthed near the Southern town of Kardzhali, are nearly 7,000 years old, and bear the ancient script of the Cretan (Minoan) civilization
Horus was an Egyptian deity (falcon image) whose all-seeing eye represented the Sun. This was damaged by Seth, the god of evil. The eye was then repaired and restored by Thot, the god of wisdom and truth. The Egyptian hieroglyph that represents and shows the entire eye has the meaning of "one" or "whole". The components of this picture of the eye represent the fractions of the whole by halving every part. For example, the ball of the eye means "1/2" and the sign for the eyebrow means "1/8" and so on in infinitely smaller fractions. [compare word horus to paru "pair/part" to ball & wing]
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