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Alžběta Danielisová, Jan Kysela, Jiří Militký

Kysela, J. – Danielisová, A. – Militký, J. (eds.) “Stories that made the Iron Age”

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Autor

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Miejsce wydania

Prague

Rok wydania

2017

Wydawca

Format

210 x 297 mm

Liczba stron

531

ISBN

978-80-7308-763‑0, 978-80-7581-002-1

Recenzenci

doc. PhDr. Peter Pavúk, PhD., PhDr. Karol Pieta, DrSc

Język publikacji

Czech language, French, German

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER I.

Stories in making – methods and concepts 27–39

John Collis : From ‘Late Keltic Art’ to ‘Early Celtic Art’: changes in interpretationsof the Celts from Daniel Wilson to Paul Jacobsthal and beyond. 41–49

Martin Kuna : Space, time and prehistoric settlement. 51–61

Roman Křivánek : On homestead-based settlement structure and the possibilityof its detection by geophysical methods – example from the SE bailey of theoppidum of Závist. 63–69

Stéphane Marion: « Noire industrie » : le concept de « zone industrielle »,un pas vers la reconnaissance de la complexité de l’économie à l’âge du Fer.

CHAPTER II.

Stories of making and exchanging 71–81

Olivier Buchsenschutz – Katherine Gruel : L’artisanat dans les habitats isolésde l’âge du Fer en France. 83–99

Alžběta Danielisová – Jan Kysela – Martin Mihaljevič – Jiří Militký : Metalworking in the oppidum of Třísov, South Bohemia – a review. 101–109

Joëlle Rolland : Tracing the skills and identifying masterpieces in Celticglass-making: specialization through Haevernick group 15. 111–121

Jiří Militký : A stater hoard and single Celtic coins from settlementof Třebestovice (okr. Nymburk, Central Bohemia). 123–137

Boštjan Laharnar – Žiga Šmit – Andrej Šemrov : On the La Tène silver findsfrom Slovenia.

CHAPTER III.

Stories of things – stories of people 139–151

Jan Bouzek : Celtic art and glass. 153–161

Jan John – Vincent Megaw : A miniature early La Tène bronze mountfrom South Bohemia. 163–179

Jan Kysela : Return of the lost swine and other stories. Incoherentcontributions to late(r) La Tène figural art in Bohemia.181–193

Gadea Cabanillas de la Torre : Deconstructing Braubacher Schalen:labelling and defining early Celtic arts from a ceramic perspective. 195–205

Peter Ramsl: Späthallstatt-/frühlatènezeitliche Siedlungskeramikin Niederösterreich und handgeformte Keramik in Gräberfeldern. 207–221

Dominik Repka : La Tène miniature vessels from the Carpathian Basin. 223–241

Irena Ženožičková: Description of decoration of the Late La Tène paintedpottery from the oppidum at Staré Hradisko.243–257

Susanne Sievers: Waffen in keltischen Oppida. Manching und Staré Hradiskoim Vergleich. 259–277

Maciej Karwowski : Celtic glass from Mihovo. 279–285

Gertrúda Březinová: Decorated sapropelite bracelets from Chotín, Slovakia. 286–289

Martin Hložek : Analysis of amber from sapropelite bracelets from the Chotínburial place. 291–305

Miloš Hlava – Tomáš Mangel : Švartnová záhada: Bartoušov u Kopidlna[Sapropelite mystery: Bartoušov u Kopidlna, okr. Jičín, Eastern Bohemia].307–315

Anna Gardelková Vrtelová: Amber finds from the Celtic cemetery inPalárikovo, southern Slovakia. 317–337

Prisca Bartoli: Were some late Roman forms of scythes really created bythe Celts in the Eastern Alpine region and in western Hungary?

CHAPTER IV.

Stories from the nether world 339–351

Miloslav Chytráček – Ondřej Chvojka – Markus Egg – Jan John – René Kyselý – Jan Michálek – Petra Stránská: Fürstengrabhügel aus der Späthallstattzeitbei Rovná in Südböhmen mit den jüngeren Eingriffen aus der Jung- undSpätlatènezeit. 353–363

Pavel Sankot : Zu den Gräber des vorduxer Horizonts aus Nová Ves, Bez.Mělník und Praha-Řeporyje 1.365–373

Katja Winger : Der appetitlichste Freund des Menschen? Überlegungenzu den Schnittspuren an Hunde- und Menschenknochen aus dem Oppidum von Manching.

CHAPTER V.

Stories of regions and sites 375–391

Martin Trefný – Tomáš Polišenský : Die Bedeutung der Mikroregion desPitkovicer Baches für die Siedlungsarchäologie der älteren Eisenzeit.393–409

Petra Goláňová – Aleš Navrátil : Pálava hills during the La Tène period. 411–431

Jiří Waldhauser – Radek Novák : Záchranný výzkum časně laténského sídla v Kopidlně na Jičínsku [A rescue excavation of an Early La Tène settlementin Kopidlno, okr. Jičín]. 433–447

Radoslav Čambal – Branislav Kovár – Marek Budaj : Neue hallsstattzeitlicheund latènezeitliche Funde aus Čebovce, Fundlage Zámok (Bez. Veľký Krtíš). 449–455

Gabriela Pál – Julianna Cseh: At the border of Ages and Empires (Komárom-Esztergom county, Hungary, from the 4th century BC to the 2nd century AD). 457–473

Katalin Almassy : Čelákovice-Nedaniny – gate or something else?475–503

Daniel Bursák – Pavel Kacl: The La Tène lowland agglomeration in Prague-Bubeneč in perspective of latest research. 505–521

Tomáš Smělý : Numismatische Spur des bislang verkanntenSiedlungszentrums in der Region von Břeclav, Südmähren.523–531

Branislav Resutík – Jana Minaroviech : Hypothetical reconstruction ofthe Roman building II on the northern terrace of the Bratislava Castle hillbased on the results of archaeological excavation.

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