The article attempts to analyze the place of the Trypillian culture (Kukuten-Trypillian cultural community) in historical processes on the territory of Eastern Europe in the 6th-3rd millennia B.C. It is emphasized that mutual relations between Western and Eastern civilizations in the specified period played an important role in the formation of the population that lived in the territory of ancient Ukraine. The possible influences of various ancient cultures on the formation and activity of the Trypillian civilization are analyzed. The influence, judging by everything, is felt from various civilizations, both from the West and from the South and the East. On the basis of archaeological research of recent decades, an attempt has been made to trace the influence of the Trypillian culture on neighboring civilizations that existed after its decline.
II. Proto-Cities of Trypillian Culture
III. Earthenwares and Clay Artefacts Excavated in the Trypillian Culture
IV. The Ancestral Homeland of Indo-European Languages
V. Similarities between Trypillian Culture and Ancient East Asian Civilization
VI. Ancient Eurasian Civilization Explained By the Book Hwandan Gogi