VDA: Me bt Vstonick venue falzum?

VDA: Me bt Vstonick venue falzum?
VDA: Me bt Vstonick venue falzum?

A few years ago, there were women on the Invisible Dog who opened controversial issues about the Krlovedvorska and Zelenohorska Manuscripts. The dispute between supporters and deniers of authenticity known as the Manuscript Controversy in the 19th century stirred up Czech society. Although the opinion prevailed at the time that it was not an extraordinary monument of Czech literature, but a forgery from the 19th century, it has not been closed to this day. Some findings obtained by modern research methods call into question arguments denying the authenticity of the Manuscript. About Manuscripts Thanks to the Czech Society of Manuscripts, the links here came from its circle. I always loved them. The manuscripts have two hundred new possibilities for the weights and it is not possible to exclude additional knowledge. There are e.g. two unknown methods of dating letters, and certain methods were discovered that could resolve the dispute. Even if one day the authenticity of the Manuscript was definitively confirmed and disproved, it certainly would not have caused such intrepidity in the academic field or elsewhere.

Questions about whether an artist is genuine or a forgery are often dealt with by the police and the matter ends up in court. Who knows what’s going on around the art store. to say that forgeries are not to be avoided, even old auctioned dreams and fake paintings hanging in many galleries.

It should be about Vstonick venui, so to the point. As is well known, it is a sock of a bent, convex shape found on the site of Dolnch Vstonic. It is made of mucus membranes, comes from the early Paleolithic and its age is determined to be between 27,000 and 31,000 years old. It has the status of a national cultural monument of the Czech Republic. It turns out that it was discovered in 1925 by Karel Absolon’s team during an archaeological survey. Absalom would thus be known as the discoverer of juice. Josef Seidl and the head of the research, Emanuel Dania, found the juice broken into two pieces on the 13th of April 1925 in the remains of the original fire pit. Soka was made from a mixture made of water, mucus and yeast and filled in the fire. A recent scan showed that it was a model with the gradual application of material of various roughnesses.

On April 6, 2015, T 2 sent the document Secrets of Venu. In his beast doc. Martin Oliva said, he won’t grind EU and I can’t find the Vstonick venue in all places. The writer Jaromr Tomeek once told him that he was with the dying son of Emanuel Danie and he confessed that he had made the Vstonická Venia. It haunted Oliva, he couldn’t face it and never wanted to talk about it. In the end, however, he understood that Dania meant not the first dedication found in 1925, but the second dedication found in 1927. However, there are suspicious circumstances that question something sacred, similar to the Manuscript, their questioning was equal to the quality. O lo v ppad kind of venue from Vstonic?

On the left, a find from 1925, on the right, a mammoth bone, found in 1927

In 1927, the farmer Mllender from Hornch Vstonic found juice extracted from a mammoth at the bottom of a well. That’s how he described it and publicly changed that he wanted to sell the juice abroad. He bragged about the treats that came his way. In 1930, the soka was captured by the police as a warehouse. The commission established by Absolon down to the beast, that it is a fake. At that time, relations between Czech archaeologists represented by Absolon and German amateur archaeologists were strained in Brno. Among the particularly active researchers was the German archaeologist Franz Upik (that was the real name of this German from Brno). Upik was a former businesswoman, the editor of a candy factory and carried out archaeological research at her own expense, especially in the caves of the Moravian Karst. He managed to create a large collection, which is now in the Moravian National Museum. He aroused emotions with his activities and got into a dispute with Absolon, who filed a criminal complaint against him. The owner of the property was not allowed to participate in the survey. upik denied it and years later it was lost. Behind the table was the researcher between the two groups. Absolon rd showed his talent. His rivals were convinced that the reason for the rejected type of venue was Absolon’s effort to preserve the uniqueness of the first landing. The kind of venue as a fake was snarled by the finders. Indefatigable, regardless of the costs, the dream set off on a journey that led to Berlin, Paa and Madrid. He visited famous prehistorians and consulted with them. Vichni spoke out for the authenticity of the juice. Among them was the renowned prof. Breuil from France, then recognized as a leading European Paleolithic expert. Then tests were carried out with a irradiated crystal lamp, which excluded the modern processing of mammoths. Absolon still rejected the authenticity of the venue. His cast and photographic plates are preserved in the Moravian National Museum. Otherwise, not from a copy and the photographer did not research the type of venue, or Mllender sold it abroad. There his horse’s trail.

In the television documentary, doc. Karel Valoch (born 1920 in Brno). At the time, he was the only hunter who connected the actors of the First Republic with the present. upik was his vagr. Doc. In his opinion on the second occasion, Valoch differed from the opinions of all the archaeologists who appeared in the documentary. Venui made of mammoth felt quite clearly in the right. According to him, it was different and the truth could not be respected then. It would be a scandal, the end of research and the ruin of many existences. He mentioned some letters that he had sent to the editor describing where the letters were located in the museum. That day doc. Valoch died and the editor saw the mail, and then what happened to him, doc. Valocha dovdl. It was like out of this world at first. The letters were found. They were from upik, who was removed from Brno after the wolf and corresponded with Vager. In the letter, he described the true history of the venue. He found it during an archaeological survey without Denmark’s witnesses. At that time he lived in the house of the Mllenders in Hornch Vstonicch. With the help of Mllender’s mistress, the hidden bed was disguised as a bed when digging a well. The find originally belonged to Absolon, and in order for it not to belong to him, he had to explain himself as a find outside the area of ​​his research. That’s the only way it could be sold. The cooperation between the two research groups became more complicated.

The propriety of Emanuel Denmark is called into question by this testimony. He concealed a valuable finding from his research. If that was the case, it was not decided by his strong side. He could have failed even with the first discovery of the Vstonick venue.

Karel Valoch was a capacity in the Paleolithic field. His opinion that soka is right has its weight. The lack of sleep among Czech and German archaeologists in Brno, Absolon’s efficiency and the effort to preserve the uniqueness of his own find could have caused him to find a kind of venue, especially when a researcher wanted to be with him. There are similarities here. Did Dania mean the second venue or the one found in 1925 known as the Vstonick venue, when he told Tomek on his deathbed to build a venue?

Who was Emanuel Dania? He was born on January 31, 1901 in Brno. He practiced sculpture in the sculpture workshop founded by his ancestor in 1865. He was 24 years old at the time when he and Seidl found Vstonická venua. On behalf of Karel Absolon, he led archaeological research in Dolnch Vstonic. At first, it was said that he led a happy life there, he always had enough means, and there were concerns that his behavior would not damage the museum. In the years 1921 1961 he was a laboratory assistant, dissector and photographer of the Moravian Land Museum. He died on February 9, 1974 in Brno. Jaromr Tomeek died at the age of 90 in 1997. The secret that Tomeek learned from Denmark and told Martin Oliva became a secret in 2013 during the filming of the TV documentary The Secret of Two Venu. According to Oliva, Dania knew that he had made the second marriage. Let’s find ourselves in a circle of riddles and riddles. Why would Dania want to lie to his conscience to make this kind of venue? It was a furnace according to Upik’s testimony, which he sent to Vagar Valoch, right. And Dania did it from the get-go. It was hidden from Clem to give up the lien for the lien from another city and sell it to a potential buyer from abroad. Dania had to know that before the sale there would be an appraisal by experts and there would be fraud. And even if he made it, he wouldn’t have to be guilty of it, because the other venue, long lost, was the pub for the fall. But it could have been different. In 1925, Dania made a ceramic saucer, later known as the Vstonick venue, and then he found it, broken in two. An unacceptable idea for many. Could Dania have made it up and mystified Tomek? But why would he reveal what he didn’t do? That doesn’t make sense. Could Tomeek have made this up and mystified Oliva? According to that, I’d rather not get a divorce. It’s okay to doubt everything, but here the circumstances are not suitable for some stupid erty.

A different television documentary is available in the T archive. You can judge a lot from how the people appear in it. Not long ago I saw the documentary again and called Znmm. He knew the document and the field of pat to his profession. No one will care about it. Check the authenticity of the Vstonick venue. No one would even dream of blowing it, he said. Even if he were right a hundred times, it would be professional suicide. Zhad is pr vc. The two pieces into which the Vstonick venue was broken were very close to each other, which is quite unusual for ceramics filled in fire and left in the ground for tens of thousands of years. Where are there any signs of erosion on the faults? It must have acted on the surface of the juice and, as it has now been found, the imprint of the child’s finger was preserved on it, with fingerprint lines preserved over time.

Is it true that Dania made the Vstonian Venue or not? Is it the first venue, the second or the second? What would happen if the Vstonick venue was a fake? certainly hypothetically, or the authenticity of the Vstonick venue has an irrefutable status with us. Similar to the two Manuscripts once upon a time. The dispute over their authenticity divided the society into non-Peterian factions. And who will I catch today znt the truth? There is a small circle of interested parties who will be interested in it and who would be significantly affected by it, and it is about Manuscripts or Vstonická Venuia. If during the time of Absolon’s research, frauds, covert investigations or even their falsification were revealed, it would be a scandal of enormous proportions, considering how Absolon promoted his research at home and in the world. And the end of Absalom. The press would keep coming back to it. Today, the sensations around me reveal my life to my eyes. Truth is a word once so sacred. But in postmodern times, everyone has their truth.


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