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The phenomenon of resonance in the Labyrinth of Ravne (Bosnia-Herzegovina)

Paolo Debertolis*, Heikki A. Savolainen**

 

*Department of Medical Sciences - University of Trieste, Chair of Dental Archaeology

**HSS Production, Audiovisual Impressions, Helsinki, Finland

 

Abstract— The resonance phenomenon in Ravne tunnels in Bosnia – Herzegovina is an unusual but unknown phenomenon. A number of researchers consider this structure to be an ancient
mine. But in our research we demonstrated a very strong response at 71,57Hz when a singer sings inside the tunnel. Our thesis is that this structure was also used for rituals and prayers,
because the resonance of these frequencies can have a direct effect on the human body, in the same way as was found in ancient Neolithic temples in South of England.

 

Proceedings in the Congress “Virtual International Conference on Advanced Research in Scientific Areas” (ARSA-2012) Slovakia,  December 3 - 7, 2012: 1133-1136

(http://www.arsa-conf.com).

Published by: EDIS - Publishing Institution of the University of Zilina, Univerzitná 1, 01026 Žilina, Slovak Republic.

ISBN 978-80-554-0606-0 and ISSN 1338-9831.

You can find the original paper in English by SBRG here.

You can find the preliminary article on same research together with some original audio tracks (compressed in mp3) here.

 

 

 

 

 

Original Proceedings of ARSA 2013 Congress, Section 7: pp. 1133-6 (little misprint in the title: Hezegovina, instead of Herzegovina)

Direct link for downloading article from archive of the Congress here (little misprint in the title: Hezegovina, instead of Herzegovina)

 


 

The Design of History

 Lucia Krasovec Lucas (1), Paolo Debertolis (2),

Senad Hodović (3), Goran Antonić (4)


(1) DiAP, Facoltà di Architettura e Società, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

(2) Dip. Univ. Clinico di Biomedicina, Facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia, University of Trieste, Italy

(3) Direktor Local Museum, Visoko, BIH

(4) Local Museum, Visoko, BIH

 

Abstract - The team is actually working in Visoko’s area, a city of the central Bosnia I Herzegovina, approximately 30 km far from Sarajevo. The research aims to locate, to list and to broadcast the stećak, burial-ritual objects about the medieval era, as a requirement for to conserve and re-design in an innovative way the urban shape and the natural landscape. The survey and the graphic description of the stećak will introduce to a dynamic data processing archives, that is very helpful for to understand the history of the place, the typological and morphological frame of the settlement and itslandscape, the connections between content and form.
At the same time, the research will focus on similar stone handmade discovered in the Nord-West Sardinia, especially on the Tomba della scacchiera, a Neolithic burial-ritual sites at the Necropolis of Sa Pala Larga. On account of the shape and decorations on them, it could be possible to find out new information about the ancient European and local history.

 

Proceedings of the the Congress "S.A.V.E. Heritage - Safeguard of Architectural, Visual, Environmental Heritage" - Naples, June 9-11,  2011 

ISBN 978-88-6542-046-1

 

Download PDF (Italian language)

Slides of presentation (Italian language) by professor Krasovec-Lucas and professor Debertolis

Video of presentation about Visoko area connected with our research

 

 

 


 

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