Prehistory is defined as the epoch of development of the civilization for which there are no writings or signs that would explain the material culture. But when it comes to the Macedonian Neolithic it is impossible to move into such prehistory as not only is the alphabet registered but also a social life that can be compared to the most modern “freedom” of expression of revolt with the rulers’ decisions. On a rock, 25 km from Bitola, there is “graffiti” that reminds the groom (Neolithic noun for ruler) that he does not obey the laws. Certain recent decipherments interpret it as a “Greek” writing, but this document is recorded in original in this episode.