Bronze Age cultures in Central and Eastern Europe by Marija Gimbutas

By Marija Gimbutas

Publication through Gimbutas, Marija

Show description

Read Online or Download Bronze Age cultures in Central and Eastern Europe PDF

Similar ancient books

Plutarch and the Historical Tradition

Those essays, by way of specialists within the box from 5 nations, research Plutarch's interpretative and inventive reshaping of his ancient assets in consultant lives. diversified essays deal with literary components akin to the parallelism which renders a couple of lives a unit or the subjects which unify the lives.

The Chronicle of Theophanes Confessor: Byzantine and Near Eastern History, AD 284-813

Theophanes the Confessor (d. 818) used to be a Byzantine abbot who fell sufferer to the Iconoclastic persecution. The Chronicle that is going less than his identify, written in Greek, is the following translated in complete for the 1st time, including an advent and remark. It presents a different resource for the historical past of the Byzantine Empire to advert 813, in addition to the heritage of the Persians, Arabs, Bulgarians, and different neighboring peoples.

Food for the gods : new light on the ancient incense trade

The tale of incense is among the such a lot exciting in either jap and western tradition. From the 1st millennium BC to the today's it's been wanted and valued on a par with worthwhile metals or gemstones. even supposing incense was once a luxurious, it was once ate up in prodigious amounts by way of the traditional global, in temples and at funerals, but additionally in deepest houses.

Extra info for Bronze Age cultures in Central and Eastern Europe

Example text

The Monteoru cemetery No. 4 is slightly later and cemetery No. 1 belongs to the phase l i b of Monteoru (finds in the museum of the Archaeological Institute in Bucharest; excavations by I. Nestor and E. Zaharia).

6,10-14), bone copies of IJnetician loop-headed pins, copper spirals (pi. 6,6), armlets (pi. 6, 7), beakers (pi. 6,15) and other finds (Brondsted, 1938,1, fig. 256). com Download Date | 11/15/12 12:08 PM 50 PART ONE: STUDY IN CHRONOLOGY FIG. 16. Grave inventory from the barrow at Brusy near the mouth of the Vistula. 1, dagger; 2-5, fragments of neck-rings and bracelets; 6, amber bead; 7, flat axe. ; 1, 7, 1/2; 2-6, 2/3. After Sturms, 1936. Many of these amber pendants have come to light in Juodkrante, western Lithuania (pi.

3, 15, 16) and jugs (pi. 3, 14). From the western Carpathian region earrings and many other copper objects spread northward to Poland, up to the Baltic Sea, and to the western Ukraine. Large earrings appeared in a hoard discovered in 1854 in Siedice (Zedlitz) near Lubin in Silesia (Seger, 1926a). Here the earrings (fig. 11, 4, 5) were associated with a flanged axe (fig. 11, 2), conical ornamental plate (fig. 11, 6), spirals of copper wire or plate (fig. 11, 8-13), amber beads (fig. 11, 7), an ornate belt plate of copper (fig.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.32 of 5 – based on 8 votes