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Bronze industry of the Late and Final Bronze Age fromploughsoil in the borderland between eastern Bohemia andnorthwestern Moravia
Vích, David ; Jiráň, Luboš (advisor) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee) ; Salaš, Milan (referee)
Univerzita Karlova v Praze Filozofická fakulta Ústav pro archeologii Disertaèní práce Svazek I PhDr. David Vích Bronzová industrie mladší a pozdní doby bronzové z ornice na pomezí východních Èech a severozápadní Moravy Bronze industry of the Late and Final Bronze Age from ploughsoil in the borderland between eastern Bohemia and northwestern Moravia 2023 Vedoucí práce: doc. PhDr. Luboš Jiráò, CSc. Abstract: By means of detector prospecting in the agriculturally cultivated areas on the border of eastern Bohemia and north-western Moravia for the Late and Final Bronze Age, archaeological sources numbering almost one thousand pieces weighing more than 11 kg were collected in the years 2005-2015. The most frequent (33.5 %) is evidence of metalwork. This is followed by the category of tools (27.7%) with a significant proportion of needles (15.1%) and axes (7.8%) and jewellery (18.8%). 6.6% of artefacts belong to militaria. Other finding categories remain quite marginal. If we focus only on finds from the settlement sites, omitting evidence of metalwork, just under half of the artefacts recovered (42%) are tools, with a predominance of needles followed by axes, and more than a quarter of the artefacts recovered from the settlements are jewellery (27%), with a marked predominance of needles. Circular jewellery also...
Settlement structure of the Early Bronze Age in the northeast part of central Bohemia - the case study of fortified settlement in Brandýs nad Labem-Vrábí
Langová, Michaela ; Ernée, Michal (advisor) ; Bátora, Jozef (referee) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
Between 2007 and 2016, there was a rescue archeological research done by the Institute of Archaeology of the CAS in the locality of Brandýs nad Labem-Vrábí at the site "U Vodojemu", where, above other, a large settlement from the Early Bronze Age was uncovered. Based on the ceramics, it is possible to classify it chronologically as the early period of the Únětice culture, typologically then, it is possible to associate the ceramics found with the post-classical phase of the Únětice culture. The discovery of the U-shaped ditch adjacent to the ground edge of the Hrušovský stream indicates that the settlement was fortified for a certain time, approximately at the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC. Based on the nature of the ditch filling, of the ceramic findings with analogies in the beginning of the tumulus culture, as well as of the carbon dating, it is obvious that the settlement served further on after the downfall of this fortification, too, and thus for another 100 years at least. In the context of another very numerous, contemporaneous findings in the cadaster of Brandýs nad Labem, it is visible that the site "U Vodojemu" used to be a part of a large settlement agglomeration. A detailed mapping of the Early Bronze Age findings from the district of the north-east part of Central Bohemia has...
Evidences of social and thought structures in the South Bohemian middle bronze age
Tisucká, Marika ; Bláhová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
Cílem diplomové práce bylo přispět k problematice střední doby bronzové v jižních Čechách. Za tímto účelem jsem shromáždila dostupný nálezový fond, který jsem jednotným způsobem zpracovala, zdokumentovala a analyzovala. Ze sledovaného nálezového fondu jsem vyčlenila kategorii nálezů z mohyl a z depotů. U nálezů z mohyl jsem se pokusila rekonstruovat nálezové celky. Podařilo se mi rekonstruovat 149 nálezových celků z mohyl. Tyto celky z mohyl a depoty jsem dále analyzovala. Soustředila jsem se především na typologicko-chronologickou analýzu bronzové industrie, artefaktů ze zlata a jantaru a analýzu skladby jednotlivých celků. Provedené rozbory byly východiskem k datování celků a k rozpracování chronologických horizontů, které jsem mapově zpracovala.
Symbolism of graves with weapons at the end of the Aeneolithic and at the beginning of the Early Bronze Age in the territory of Bohemia
Petriščáková, Katarína ; Popelka, Miroslav (advisor) ; Bátora, Jozef (referee) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
The aim of this study is to describe the changes at the end of the Aeneolithic period and at the beginning of the Bronze Age, on the basis of the analysis of graves with weapons and the possibilities (limits) of identifying the warrior graves in Bohemia. The end of the Aeneolithic is characterized by two cultural complexes, the Corded Ware Culture and the Bell Beaker Culture, on which the Early Bronze civilization evolved, characterized by the Únětice Culture in our context. It is in this transitional period, that graves with specific goods appear increasingly, and we can finally call these as true weapons. Weapons are associated with warfare attributes that, according to the latest theories, played an active role in prehistoric society. The identification of the warfare in archaeological sources is, however, often not without problems. Several types of evidence can be consulted: graves of warriors with specialized weapons, typical fortifications (ramparts), remains of battlefields, iconographic and written sources. In our conditions, the focus is on graves with weapons, due to the lack of other mentioned entities. Keywords: Late Aeneolithic, Early Bronze Age, graves, weapons, tools, symbols
The Middle Bronze Age Tumulus Culture in North-Western Bohemie
Franková, Daniela ; Bláhová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
The aim of the thesis The Middle Bronze Age tumulus culture in north-western Bohemia is to contribute to a deeper understanding of the Middle Bronze Age, and generally to expand our knowledge about this field of prehistoric history of north-western region. The work is divided into three main parts. The first one deals with the analysis of settlement of the tumulus culture in Dobroměřice. The analysis focuses mainly on the findings of the various movable objects, pursuant to which the settlement is situated chronologically. Second, we focused attention on the Middle Bronze Age tombs. He created a list of 51 currently known tomb files. By far the largest space was devoted to typological-chronological analysis of the find of the Fund, both in bronze and ceramic artefacts and the findings of other materials. Based on this analysis has succeeded individual graves units classified chronologically. The theme of the final chapter is the evaluation of sites by the accumulation of all known sites of the Middle Bronze Age in the study area. With made-geographical analysis of settlement can be considered on an overall The Middle Bronze settlement in the region.
Amber in Bohemia in the Bronze Age
Tisucká, Marika ; Bátora, Jozef (referee) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy nám. Jana Palacha , 6 8 Praha IČ: 6 8 DIČ: CZ 6 8 Jed á se o rigoróz í práci, která je uz a ou diplo ovou či disertač í prací. Děkuje e za pochope í.
Symbolism of graves with weapons at the end of the Aeneolithic and at the beginning of the Early Bronze Age in the territory of Bohemia
Petriščáková, Katarína ; Popelka, Miroslav (advisor) ; Bátora, Jozef (referee) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
The aim of this study is to describe the changes at the end of the Aeneolithic period and at the beginning of the Bronze Age, on the basis of the analysis of graves with weapons and the possibilities (limits) of identifying the warrior graves in Bohemia. The end of the Aeneolithic is characterized by two cultural complexes, the Corded Ware Culture and the Bell Beaker Culture, on which the Early Bronze civilization evolved, characterized by the Únětice Culture in our context. It is in this transitional period, that graves with specific goods appear increasingly, and we can finally call these as true weapons. Weapons are associated with warfare attributes that, according to the latest theories, played an active role in prehistoric society. The identification of the warfare in archaeological sources is, however, often not without problems. Several types of evidence can be consulted: graves of warriors with specialized weapons, typical fortifications (ramparts), remains of battlefields, iconographic and written sources. In our conditions, the focus is on graves with weapons, due to the lack of other mentioned entities. Keywords: Late Aeneolithic, Early Bronze Age, graves, weapons, tools, symbols
Settlement structure of the Early Bronze Age in the northeast part of central Bohemia - the case study of fortified settlement in Brandýs nad Labem-Vrábí
Langová, Michaela ; Ernée, Michal (advisor) ; Bátora, Jozef (referee) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
Between 2007 and 2016, there was a rescue archeological research done by the Institute of Archaeology of the CAS in the locality of Brandýs nad Labem-Vrábí at the site "U Vodojemu", where, above other, a large settlement from the Early Bronze Age was uncovered. Based on the ceramics, it is possible to classify it chronologically as the early period of the Únětice culture, typologically then, it is possible to associate the ceramics found with the post-classical phase of the Únětice culture. The discovery of the U-shaped ditch adjacent to the ground edge of the Hrušovský stream indicates that the settlement was fortified for a certain time, approximately at the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC. Based on the nature of the ditch filling, of the ceramic findings with analogies in the beginning of the tumulus culture, as well as of the carbon dating, it is obvious that the settlement served further on after the downfall of this fortification, too, and thus for another 100 years at least. In the context of another very numerous, contemporaneous findings in the cadaster of Brandýs nad Labem, it is visible that the site "U Vodojemu" used to be a part of a large settlement agglomeration. A detailed mapping of the Early Bronze Age findings from the district of the north-east part of Central Bohemia has...
Amber in Bohemia in the Bronze Age
Tisucká, Marika ; Bátora, Jozef (referee) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy nám. Jana Palacha , 6 8 Praha IČ: 6 8 DIČ: CZ 6 8 Jed á se o rigoróz í práci, která je uz a ou diplo ovou či disertač í prací. Děkuje e za pochope í.
Amber in Bohemia in the Bronze Age
Tisucká, Marika ; Jiráň, Luboš (advisor) ; Bátora, Jozef (referee) ; Chvojka, Ondřej (referee)
Amber in Bohemia in the Bronze Age - Abstract Amber found in archeaological contexts like any sensitive instrument can show the total span of meanings of different historic, economic, cultural, cult, and social traditions and systems of values in the prehistoric Europe. The work synthetically analyzes and evaluates the presence of amber finds in Bohemia during the Bronze Age. Attention is devoted relations to sites and amber artefacts demonstrating the probable course of "amber route". On the path leading from the Baltic coast to the Balkans and Italy and further into the eastern Mediterranean seen as a string, or rather a network of relations, most malleable and flexible, distributed among communities, which is also subject while reflecting internal and external influences, changes and developments. It reflects new amber artefacts and new results of IR spectroscopy. Its results shows, that amber did not came to Bohemia only from the north - from Baltic region; its results proved also rumanit amber. Work is a comprehensive evaluation and interpretation of participation Bohemia in the distribution network of leading amber in the wider European area. Study of the amber and its distribution gives evidence, that there existed vivid exchange, based on variety of connections with distant region sof northern...

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