Romania, the first language of Europe
Romania is the heart of the antique European civilization, a cultural entity between 6500-3500 b.C., centred on a peaceful, matriarchal, theocratic, creative and loving arts, society, which preceded the Indo-European patriarchal warriors'societies from the Bronze and Iron Ages.
The amazing discoveries in Romania and in the neighbouring countries, after the second world war, associated to the redio-carbon datings, made possible to understand the importance of the Europe cultural bennings, a culture of farmers society.
It became also obvious that this extremely antique European society is preceding with some milleniums the Sumerian society.
These people used a sacred writing beginning at least with the 6-th millenium's end b.C.
There are superposed towns lasting 2000 years on the same place of the Lower Danube, starting with 4500 years b.C.
Western peoples swarmed from the Romanian territory.
Balkans, the place of the oldest economic production trace.