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Late Hallstatt iron metalurgy; the example the the iron workshop at Tuchoměřice
Lett, Jaroslav ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Salač, Vladimír (referee)
This work is about metallurgy and blacksmithing in the period of late Hallstatt and early La Tène in Central Europe. The first part presents all known evidence of metallurgical and blacksmithing in the period under review. Examples are then presented by the most important Central European localities, where this activity has been clearly proved. In work is presented a set of blacksmith tools dated to the late Hallstatt from the hall of the Býčí skála cave, mining and smelting of iron ore from the same period in Čečejovice (SK), including a nearby smithy in the hall of the Fajka cave in Jasov (SK). This is followed by a small housing estate in Čakov with proven smelting of iron ores in the late Hallstatt based on the occurrence of metallurgical slag in the settlement waste layer without younger intrusions. Metallurgical activity on a larger scale with a period of greatest activity in the early La Tène and domed furnaces are presented on the example of the Neuenbürg (DE) site. Another presented locality is a settlement with proven metallurgical and blacksmithing activity with the peak of activity in the late Hallstatt with pit furnaces and pit charcoal kilns in Waschenberg (AT). This list is completed by a brief overview of findings related to metal processing in the Tuchoměřice area, as the research...
Research potential of copper deposits in the prehistory of Bohemia
Mladý, Tomáš ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Bursák, Daniel (referee)
(in English) The aim of this thesis is to present potential ways of studying regions with copper deposits in Bohemia that could indicate the possibility of prehistoric mining and smelting of copper in this area. This thesis describes methods of studying areas and artefacts in Bohemia and in the world. In a few regions which are selected from the database of copper occurrences according to J. Kratochvíl, the convenient methods for potential surveying and researching the area are presented afterwards. Apart from geographic location and history of regions, historical sources are used for distinguishing prehistoric and recent mining workings. Moreover, these sources help to determine the former extend of copper deposits.
Self-representation of the social elites in the La Tène period
Lorencová, Kateřina ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Bursák, Daniel (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on socioeconomic models of society in the La Tène temperate Europe, created on the basis of archaeological manifestation of the social structures of that time and the expression of elites. The aim of the work is to explore the theoretical basis for the creation of social models and evaluate the relevance of individual theories in light of the current state of research on the Early Iron Age. Key words social organization; elites; luxurious items; Europe; La Tène culture
Sword like reflection of la téne warrior. The chronologie of warriors graves in Radovesice.
Hošková, Kateřina ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Mangel, Tomáš (referee)
Presented Bachelor diploma work is devoted to revision and new evaluation of two latenien burials in extinct village Radovesice near Bílina in North-west Bohemia, which was investigated during archaeological rescue research of the years 1974-77 and 1981-82. The aim of the work is study aspects of the funeral rite of the warriors in LT B1 - B2 and with the help of X-ray survey submit unpublished findings on the warrior set.
La Tene findings from hillfort Karlovice - Čertova ruka
Kotýnek, Michal ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Mangel, Tomáš (referee)
(in English): The diploma thesis focuses on the elaboration of the middle and late La Tène period archaeological finds from the hillfort of Karlovice (Semily District), which is situated on the top plateau of Čertova ruka, surrounded by sandstone towers and rock blocks, giving it a unique spatial position. At the same time, the site is on the periphery of the current La Tène settlement area. The aim of the thesis is to provide the first comprehensive elaboration of finds from the current La Tène period from this site and to interpret this exceptional position on the functional context of the current settlement structure.
Northern acropolis of the Třísov oppidum (dist. Český Krumlov) and role of the acropolis within Bohemian oppida
Malinková, Kristýna ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Kysela, Jan (referee)
(in English): The thesis is focusesd on evaluation of archaeological situations in the northern acropolis of Třísov oppidum (dist. Český Krumlov) and evaluation of local findings, which were collected mainly during excavation conducted by J. Břeň. The aim of the thesis is to focus on dominant place - acropolis - of archeological settlement and role of the acropolis within Bohemian Oppida. I will describe the hypothetical function of the acropolis and confront these conclusions with the situation of the acropoli of Třísov Oppidum.
Selected settlement regions of La Tène Period in Bohemia and their potential relationship to the resources of gold
Smola, Adam ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Mangel, Tomáš (referee)
The thesis deals with a possible relationship between the late Iron Age settlement and gold deposits. Its first objective is to determine the probability rate in which of the three selected areas of Bohemia ( áslavsko, Jílovsko and P íbramsko) the gold mining could take place in La Tène period and where is an increased probability of obtaining direct evidence of this mining. The second objective is to create a model of gold mining and gold processing in La Tène period and to propose a framework for the future research that would confirm or deny such model. The thesis consists of three parts. The first part (chapters 1 - 4) contains general introduction to the topic of gold in La Tène period in Bohemia region, a summary of current knowledge about the possible gold mining and a comparison of possibilities and limits to deepen this knowledge. Emphasis is put on methods and procedures, including the application of very promising chemical-physical analysis. The second part of the thesis (chapter 5) focuses on detailed analysis of gold deposits and settlements in La Tène period in selected regions of áslavsko, Jílovsko and P íbramsko, where is the La Tène gold mining expected. In the subchapters on geology, primary and secondary gold deposits, including geochemical anomalies and historical mining relicts...
Bylany culture in Prague based on the evaluation of burial grounds Ďáblice and Suchdol
Bílková, Jana ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Půlpán, Marek (referee)
The presented thesis deals with the evaluation of the graves, preliminary dated in the early Iron Age, made during rescue archaeological excavations in Prague-Ďáblice and Prague-Suchdol within years 2000-2004. The basis of this work is typhologicall and chronologicall analysis of movable artifacts, funeral rite analysis and evaluation of burial grounds as a whole. Theoretical questions derive from this, concerning social structure of Bylany culture. On the theoretical level, the issue of the settlement context is also considered. Key words: hallstatt period - Bylany culture - Prague - burial ground - social structure - settlement context
Pasture and its importance in La Téne and Roman Period
Belavá, Barbora ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Pokorný, Petr (referee)
This Master thesis is dedicated to pasture and the overall image of animal husbandry in Central Europe in La Téne Period and Roman Age. An important part is evaluation of osteological assemblages grazed animals, the question of the spectrum of species and creating models applied in the territory of today's Czech republic. A meaningful component of this study is comparison farmed animals at the time of La Téne and Roman period. Keywords: pasture - animal husbandry - agriculture - La Téne period - Roman period - archaeozoology
Variability of grave goods in female burials in the middle La Téne period in Bohemia
Pršalová, Tereza ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Mangel, Tomáš (referee)
Presented diploma thesis is devoted to the analysis of the female graves of the La Tène period in Bohemia, more particularly it relates to quantity, material and placement of every objects of the grave goods. Observed variability indicates time, regional and in some mesure social differences which influenced the composition of the grave set. Within the comparison, the graves from Moravia, Slovakia and Austria have been also taken into consideration.

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