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Production - Consumption - Representation: food and drink among the Roman and Early Medieval elites as revealed by archaeological and bioarchaeological sources. 30th International Symposium “Grundprobleme der frühgeschichtlichen Entwicklung im mittleren Donauraum”, Brno, 14.-16.11.2018. Abstracts
Heinrich-Tamáska, O. ; Poláček, Lumír
The conference focused on the issues of nutrition of Roman and early medieval elites on a broad source basis and from a multi-disciplinary point of view. The problematic was discussed both in diachronic and geographical comparison.
Possiblilities of the recognize of the influences from the Great Moravia on the beginnings of the state of Premyslides (On the ground of the archeological excavations on the Prague Castle and Uherské Hradiště)
Frolíková, Drahomíra ; Sláma, Jiří (advisor) ; Velímský, Tomáš (referee) ; Poláček, Lumír (referee)
Possibilities of the recognize of the influences from the Great Moravia on the beginnings of the state of Přemyslides (On the ground of the archeological excavations on the Prague Castle and Uherské Hradiště) Abstract I have processed the epoch of the 9th century and the beginnings of the 10th century from four excavations in Prague Castle and four excavations in Uherské Hradiště. Prague Castle: 1) three layers of the wooden construction in the clayey rampart with small rocky walls indoor and the frontal wall were discovered in the Institute of the noblewoman; 2) the earlier moat and later vallum with frontal moat, rocky frontal wall and clayey rampart with wooden constructions were investigated in the Middle wing; 3) five periods of the settlement were investigated in the Informations Center: first line of the postholes, second the earlier moat, third big postholes, forth wallum with frontal moat, and clayey rampart with wooden constructions, finaly extension of the frontal rocky wall with the rock with the engraving; 4) the foundation of the log cabin was investigate in the Imperial Stables. In Uherské Hradiště: 1) a dead arm of Morava river and the remains of settlement was investigate in the Otakar lane. The aerlier layers were divided from the later by a layer of flood deposits. Important find is the...
The younger Great Moravian phase in Mikulčice and a question of its understanding by means of study of ceramic groups
Mazuch, Marian ; Sláma, Jiří (advisor) ; Wachowski, Krysztof (referee) ; Poláček, Lumír (referee)
The current state of archaeological research on Great Moravia can, with a bit of exaggeration, be described as archaeology of two faces. The archaeology of cemeteries and the archaeology of settlement situations in power centres of the Great Moravian state. This seemingly provocative division may symbolize a kind of dualism, represented in two levels. In part, there are naturally two completely different worlds in the sphere of the living and of the dead, but there is also the archaeological difference - in the representation of material culture. We find just a few objects that these two worlds have in common (with the exception of those either with functional and formative perfection or, on the contrary, with simplicity, that, at least till this time, cannot typologically be distinguished, such as knives or spindle whorls), or more precisely these common points are very rarely monitored and evaluated in settlement contexts. In my opinion, this fact can be of crucial importance while trying to create a general chronology of the period in question. Archaeological evaluations of cemeteries, according to my knowledge, can be considered to be truly archaeological only if carried out on the basis of a stratigraphic analysis and, in the first phase, at least with the elaboration of some relative chronological...
The younger Great Moravian phase in Mikulčice and a question of its understanding by means of study of ceramic groups
Mazuch, Marian ; Sláma, Jiří (advisor) ; Wachowski, Krysztof (referee) ; Poláček, Lumír (referee)
The current state of archaeological research on Great Moravia can, with a bit of exaggeration, be described as archaeology of two faces. The archaeology of cemeteries and the archaeology of settlement situations in power centres of the Great Moravian state. This seemingly provocative division may symbolize a kind of dualism, represented in two levels. In part, there are naturally two completely different worlds in the sphere of the living and of the dead, but there is also the archaeological difference - in the representation of material culture. We find just a few objects that these two worlds have in common (with the exception of those either with functional and formative perfection or, on the contrary, with simplicity, that, at least till this time, cannot typologically be distinguished, such as knives or spindle whorls), or more precisely these common points are very rarely monitored and evaluated in settlement contexts. In my opinion, this fact can be of crucial importance while trying to create a general chronology of the period in question. Archaeological evaluations of cemeteries, according to my knowledge, can be considered to be truly archaeological only if carried out on the basis of a stratigraphic analysis and, in the first phase, at least with the elaboration of some relative chronological...
Note to the relationship of the history and archaeology
Poláček, Lumír
Contribution search for a solution of the relation between archaeology and history on the bases of selected paradigms from archaeology of the Great Moravia and Mikulčice.
Das wirtschaftliche Hinterland der frühmittelalterlichen Zentren
Poláček, Lumír
Volume from the international meeting at Mikulčice in the days 25th - 27th May 2005. The main topic is problematic of the structure of settlement in the surroundings of the Early Mediaeval centres ("agrarian" hinterland) and questions of ability running-up a centre. Volume contains 25 mostly archaeological articles from Germany, Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Austria and Hungary. It is a contribution to the economical and social problematic of the Early Middle Ages.
To the knowledge of the environment of Great Moravian plain strongholds
Poláček, Lumír
For a large group of the Great Moravian seats (9th century A. C.) in the southern Moravia and south-western Slovakia their location in the flood plain of great rivers is a characteristic feature. The development of this islands strongholds strongly influents natural conditions soil erosion, sources of raw materials, means of transport.
To possibility of dendrochronological dating in north Middle Danube area
Dvorská, Jitka ; Poláček, Lumír
In the region of middle-east Europe at the end of 90th years of the 20th century arouse a number of the new dendrochronological laboratories, which significantly help to a dating of archaeological sites from the early middle age to the modern period.

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