Bulgaria Cradle of the European Civilisation
By Assoc. Prof. Plamen Pavlov; pp. 256 with 441 colour illustrations, hard cover with a jacket, size 22х29 cm; published in Bulgarian, English, French, German and Russian. This book shows the main, clearly distinguished features of Bulgarian identity and cultural and historical heritage by which Bulgaria is presented in the European Union: the genesis of deities, the earliest agriculture, the earliest mining of metals, the earliest symbols of royal power, the earliest signs of symbolic thinking (proto-script), the invention of the Gothic script (bishop Urfila) and the beginning of Christianization of Gothic tribes in Bulgarian lands (4th century AD), the invention of Glagolitic alphabet, the invention of Cyrillic alphabet (the alphabet used by peoples from Mid-Europe to the Pacific ocean), the Christianization of Slavonic population from Mid-Europe to the Pacific ocean, the invention of the computer (the greatest invention of our times!) by the American of Bulgarian origin John Atanasov.