"Serbona was the greatest goddess of the ancient world, widely celebrated by Serbs, Greeks and Romans (under different names). Her male divine is God Serbon as one of the supreme gods among the Serbs and the patron deity of the ruling and warrior class. This divine couple represented the main characteristics of day and night. Serbon is the representative of the Sun, and Serbona is the representative of the Moon. The oldest Serbian goddess made of baked clay, 3.000 to 4.000 years old, was found in the Danube region near Vinca. The main symbol of Serbona is a cross with 4 young moons."