Studia Archeologiczne XL. Long Distance Trade in the Bronze Age and Early Iron Age

Irena Lasak, Justyna Baron (red.)
ISBN: 978-83-229-2845-5
Liczba stron: 328
Format: B5, oprawa broszurowa
Rok wydania: 2007
Nakład wyczerpany

Książka Long Distance Trade in the Bronze Age and Early Iron Age pod redakcją Ireny Lasak i Justyny Baron to kolejny, 40. tom serii "Studia Archeologiczne". Monografia ta jest zbiorem referatów z konferencji naukowej, ktora miała miejsce w dniach od 19 do 20 kwietnia 2005 roku we Wrocławiu.

  • Bogusław Gediga, Remarks on long-distance trade exchange in the Bronze Age and early Iron Age
  • Justyna Baron, Anthropological theory of exchange
  • Jan Bouzek, Jaký byl doopravdy obchod v pravěku?
  • Jacek Woźny, The borderland between Kuyavia and Pomerania on the track of far-reaching trade routes in the Bronze Age and the early Iron Age
  • Klára Marková, On some aspects of distance exchange and inner Carpathian contacts
  • Miloš Vávra, Dražen Šťastný, Opevněné centrum ze střední doby bronzové ve Velimi (střední Čechy)
  • Ondřej Chvojka, Petr Hrubý, Höhenfundstellen der Bronze- und Hallstattzeit in Südböhmen und ihre Anknüpfung zum interregionalen Handelsaustausch
  • Jiří Juchelka, Centra bronzařské výroby lužické kultury v českém Slezsku
  • Jacek Górski, Przemysław Makarowicz, Reception of Transcarpathian infl uence in Trzciniec cultural circle as a sign of long-distance exchange contacts
  • Marcin S. Przybyła, The infl uences of the Middle Danubian Urnfi eld culture on the Silesian group of the Lusatian culture in the younger period of the Bronze Age
  • Irena Lasak, Glass beads from the cemetery in Miłosławice in Silesia. Possible interpretations
  • Monika Michnik, Imported objects at the cemetery in Świbie, district of Gliwice
  • Janusz Czebreszuk, The role of the Sambian centre in creating cultural meaning of amber in the third and second millennium BC. The outline of major problems
  • Marcin Szydłowski, The Kościan group of the Únětice culture in the light of longdistance exchange contacts
  • Maciej Kaczmarek, Hoard (?) from Pysząca in western Great Poland. Remarks on the position of Great Poland in the long-distance exchange routes during the Late Bronze Age
  • Tadeusz Malinowski, The Lusatian culture fortifi ed site in Komorowo, district of Szamotuły – a supposed amber factory in the early Iron Age
  • Edward Pudełko, Luxurious prehistoric objects from south-eastern Great Poland as the evidence of long-distance contacts in the early Iron Age
  • Halina Taras, The directions of the Lublin region connections in the older Bronze periods
  • Elżbieta M. Kłosińska, Issues of the east- and central-European contacts of the Lublin region in the younger Bronze Age and the early Iron Age in the light of existing research and sources
  • Ewa Bugaj, Etruscan systems of a goods exchange and communication routes including regions located north of the Alps. Outline of the issue
  • Tomasz Gralak, Communication routes and territorial development of the Pomeranian and Przeworsk cultures

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