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    Contents

    Preface (Vincent MEGAW)

    Miloš JEVTIĆ
    Basarabi and Ferigile Finds on the Border Between the Carpathian Basin and Central Balkans. Contribution to the Early Iron Age Chronology

    Emilian TELEAGA–Dorin SÂRBU
    The Chronology of the Late Hallstatt Cemeteries at the Lower Danube: Szentes–Vekerzug and Ferigile

    Prisca BARTOLI
    Knives with Spoon-Shaped Handle Terminal: a Potential Chronological Indicator?

    Tiberius BADER
    Ein Vergleich zwischen der Chronologie für Eisenzeit im östlichen Teil des Karpatenbeckens und im südwestdeutschen Raum, bzw. Baden-Württemberg. Ein allgemeiner Überblick

    Maciej KARWOWSKI–Jiří MILITKÝ
    The Relative and Absolute Chronology of Celtic Oberleiserberg

    Mitja GUŠTIN–Boris KAVUR
    Early La Tene Warrior Graves from Unterpremstätten-Zettling and Dobl-Zwaring (Styria/Austria)

    Marko DIZDAR
    Middle La Tene Female Iron Belts in the South-Eastern Part of the Carpathian Basin – is it Something Local and/or Global?

    András JÁKY
    Periodization of the Settlement of Balatonboglár–Berekre-Dűlő in the Iron Age

    Borbála MARÁZ
    The Chronology of the Late La Tene Period on the Tribal Territory of Eravisci, on the Basis of Historical Events and Painted Pottery

    Attila HORVÁTH M.
    Problems about the Change of Periods and Rites in the La Tene Cemetery on Csepel Island (Budapest)

    Károly TANKÓ
    Chronological Aspects of Ceramic Types from Recently Investigated La Tene Settlements in Hungary

    Péter F. KOVÁCS
    Chronological and Typological Problems of a La Tene Settlement Section from the Great Hungarian Plain

    Katalin ALMÁSSY
    Typology and Chronology: the First La Tene Horizon in the Upper Tisza Region

    Branislav KOVÁR
    The Settlements of the Hron, Ipeľ, Slaná and Rimava River Basins during the La Tene Period

    Aurel RUSTOIU
    Some Questions Regarding the Chronology of La Tene Cemeteries from Transylvania. Social and Demographic Dynamics in the Rural Communities

    Iosif Vasile FERENCZ–Cristian C. ROMAN
    One Landscape Two Settlements in the Late Iron Age Site at Tărtăria–Pietroşiţa, Alba County

    Andreea DRĂGAN
    Chronology of the Eastern Late La Tene Painted Pottery at Divici–Grad in the Iron Gates of the Danube

    Emilian TELEAGA
    Schwerter aus der Region des Eisernen Tores. Ein chronologischer Beitrag der Mittel- und Spät-La-Tene-Waffengräber

    Marija LJUŠTINA–Miloš SPASIĆ
    Brothers-In-Shears in the Afterlife: La Tene Warrior Panoply and Chronology at Belgrade–Karaburma

    Mariana EGRI
    The Beograd 4 Horizon in the Scordiscian Environment. Chronological Delimitation and Interpretation

    Dragoș MĂNDESCU
    The Chronology of the Rhodian Stamped Amphora Handles in the South-Eastern Proximity of the Carpathian Basin. A Case Study: the Late Iron Age Settlement at Cetățeni

    Sebastian MATEI
    Elements for a Chronological Framework of the Dacian Fortress from Târcov, Buzău County

    Daniel SPÂNU
    Iron Age Fibulae from Zimnicea in their Archaeological Contexts

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    Preface

    Klára P. FISCHL–Viktória KISS– Gabriella KULCSÁR
    Specialised Households in the Carpathian Basin during the Early and Middle Bronze Age

    Aleksandar KAPURAN–Aleksandar BULATOVIĆ
    Bird Images on Serbian Bronze Age Ceramics

    Neculai BOLOHAN
    On Clay and Pots in the Middle Bronze Age. A Case Study from Siliştea–Pe Cetățuie, Neamț County

    T. Gabriella NÉMETH
    Angaben zum spätbronzezeitlichen Salzverkehr

    Daria Ložnjak DIZDAR
    A Middle Bronze Age Metallurgical Workshop in Vinkovici

    Gábor SÁNTA
    Metal Analysis of Koszider and Tumulus Culture Bronzes: Contents, Similarities and the Question of Source Area

    Wolfgang DAVID
    Eine mit Spiralhakenranken verzierte altbronzezeitliche Nackenkammaxt siebenbürgischen Typs aus Südwestböhmen. Wo wurden die Schaftlochäxte vom Typ Apa–Nehoiu hergestellt?

    Bianka NESSEL
    The ‘Absence’ of Smiths and Founders – Why Tools are Rare in Bronze Age Burials

    Mario GAVRANOVIĆ
    Urnenfelderzeitliche Gussformen aus dem Westlichen Balkan

    Zoltán CZAJLIK
    Lokaler, regionaler oder Fernhandel? Probleme der spätbronzezeitlichen Metallversorgung am Velem–St. Veit Berg (Westungarn)

    Gábor ILON
    Das II. Buckelpaar des Goldschatzes von St. Veit bei Velem

    Oliver DIETRICH–Laura DIETRICH
    Tüllenhämmer als funktionale Bestandteile von Depotfunden des Karpatenbeckens. Das Beispiel Şpălnaca II

    Liviu MARTA
    New Data on the Practice of Metallurgy in the Upper Tisza Basin in the Late Bronze Age

    Carol KACSÓ
    Beiträge zur Kenntnis des bronzezeitlichen Metallhandwerks in der Maramuresch

    Botond REZI
    Reconstructing a Bronze Smith’s Toolkit. Special Remarks Regarding the Decoration of the Bronze Belts from Band

    Attila LÁSZLÓ
    Über die Verbreitung der Bronzenen Streitäxte mit Nackenscheibe in den aussenkarpatischen Gebieten Eine neue in der Moldau entdeckte Nackenscheibenaxt

    Tobias MÖRTZ
    Hauptsache. Argumente für eine eigenständige Entwicklung der Kammhelme in Mitteleuropa

    Marianne MÖDLINGER
    Bronze Age Metal Defensive Armour in Eastern Europe: Status Symbol and Symbolic Weapons only? Indications for the Usage as Weapons

    Géza SZABÓ
    What Archaeometallurgy Tells Us about the Changes of Bronze Craftwork in the Carpathian Basin at the Transition of the Bronze Age into Iron Age

    Frank TROMMER–Tiberius BADER
    Lanzenspitzenherstellung

    Abbreviations

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    "Long time ago, Mircea Eliade noted that «the upright position [of the human beings] already signals the overcoming of the primates’ condition. We can only stand up when we are awake. Due to the upright position, the space is organized in a structure that is not accessible to the pre-hominids: in four horizontal directions starting from a central up – down axis. In other words, the space is organized around the human body, extending ahead, behind, to the right and the left, up and down. Beginning from this original experience – of being thrown into an environment whose expansion was apparently unlimited, unknown and threatening – various manners of orientatio emerged; we cannot live too long with the confusion generated by disorientation» (Eliade 1991, 13). Thus, right from the beginning, the human beings invested the surrounding space with symbolical meanings and organized it according to well-defined principles. This organization of the man-made landscape was different from one community to another due to the different models of social and economic organization which they created or adopted at particular moments in time. Accordingly, landscape archaeology can offer a wealth of information regarding the cultural identity of various communities. As T. Greider and L. Garkovich noted nearly three decades ago, «our understanding of nature and of human relationships with the environment are really cultural expressions used to define who we were, who we are, and who we hope to be at this place and in this space. Landscapes are the reflections of these cultural identities, which are about us, rather than the natural environment» (Greider – Garkovich 1994, 2)." (Excerpt from " Foreword")

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