What? 10,000 years? Longer than civilisation itself? A tiny fragment??? Would you care to clarify that point?
Practically nothing. yes, 10.000 years is practically nothing in timeline of Slavic civilization. Jandacek and many others gave nice insight in subject
Crowie, the earliest civilisations arose about 5500 years ago....................... As are the Jandacek's if they are really saying that Slavic civilisation, Sarmatians, whatever pre-date that as a coherent civilisation. Though they are not.
Let`s not go into it what define civilization and when first civilization appeared. Nobody knows that
Nice pics on their website though...
here is the site which summarize their work on topic. Jandacek made it with Perdih. They here deal with period (last 100.000 years) of development of primary Indo-European linguistics and identified Proto Slavic language as the fundamental mother language from which others inherit. They founded traces of Slavic linguistical roots not 40.000 years in past but actually 70.000 years in past. So, its hardly to say at this moment when exactly Slavic civilization was born. In any case Slavic civilzation gave birth to Western world and Europoids.
>>>Some Novel Views On The Prehistory Of Western EurasiaBy Anton Perdih, Petr Jandáèek [Amended October 2009]
Certain developmental stages during the last 100,000 years are identified, and a paradigm shift is proposed.
The Tobe explosion and serious cooling around 70 000 BP. .........., there is the probability of human survival in other climatic refugia ................ in India, but also in Eastern Asia, Northern Africa (Egypt), Levant, Fertile Crescent, the Aegean and other Mediterranean areas. Among these people we would find the Proto-Slavs.
The flute was found in Divje Babe Cave in Slovenia (Divje Babe = Wild Hags). The age of this musical instrument is between 55,000 and 60,000 yBP.
i warmly suggest this article for reading to all who seek. Authors were brave enough to speak of obvious truth founded on old data and newest scientific results.