Committee for Archaeology / History

Subcommittee for Archaeology

Program:
The Subcommittee collaborates very closely with the Subcommittee for Geology on the plans for excavation; manages the appropriate documenting, packaging, and protection of artifacts and cares for their further analysis, translates found artifacts, and prepares information for the Committee for Public Relations for the purpose of preparing press releases…

Archaeologists:

Silvana Čobanov, Degree in Archaeology, University of Zadar
Saša Janković, archaeologist, University of Belgrade
 
Anne Handberry, Senior archaeologist, USA

Department for Aboriginal Affairs, South Australia

Subcommittee for Prehistoric Stone Spheres

Program:
The Subcommittee locatesthe stone spheres in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and establishes standards (members of the Subcommittee and other interested individuals who locate stone spheres use digital cameras, photography from various angles, measurements, and the geological composition of the spheres. They also consider the original location, the exact address where they are located today, energy benefits of the spheres, recorded stories about them, etc.).

Coordinator:
Bojan Zečević, London UK

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Subcommittee for Prehistoric Iron Rings

Program:
The Subcommittee locates the prehistoric iron rings in Bosnia and Herzegovina (structure, size, photographs, and folk stories). These iron rings are very valuable artifacts from the distant past. They may serve in the dating of the pyramid, on which iron rings have been found.

Coordinator:
Jovo Jovanović, Degree in Engineering, Sarajevo, BiH

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Subcommittee for Prehistory

Program:
The Subcommittee will proceed from already confirmed new scientific facts:

1. The continuous existence of human communities in the region of the Balkans for 27,000 years, which is already confirmed by new scientific disciplines – genetic anthropology and the DNA testing of residents in our region;

2. The existence of pyramidal complexes in the Visoko Valley (the results of satellite and radar photography with penetration of the soil confirmed a pyramidal stone structure, and the results of geological investigations verified the means of building and the types of monoliths and tablets for building). Since we do not have tangible proof at this time about the builders and the age of the pyramids, we presume that they were built in the period between 2,500 years ago (copper artifacts which belong to the “Illyrian tribes” found at the top of the pyramid) and 27,000 years ago (the appearance of rational man in Bosnia). Considering that the official knowledge of this period approaches being rather trivial, it would be good to try in the approaches of the Subcommittee to illuminate the possible developed cultures of this period.

Coordinator:
Ahmed Bosnić, author and researcher, Sarajevo, BiH

  

Subcommittee for “Local Narratives”

Program:
By investigative work (interviews, visiting locations, and analyzing early written documents) to establish the places where locals found stone walls, cultivated blocks of breca, architectural sandstone tablets, passages into Visočica and Plješevica, entrances into underground tunnels, ornamental blocks and the like.

Coordinator:
Goran Cakić, Degree in Engineering, Visoko, BiH


Hido Nukić, Degree in Engineering, Sarajevo, BiH