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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
Burial grounds at Stodůlky, Butovice and Jinonice and their statement about thought and customs of the Únětice culture communities in the microregion of Prague 5
Petriščáková, Katarína ; Bláhová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Moucha, Václav (referee)
Anylysis of two primeral burial grounds of Old - Únětice culture and Young - Únětice culture in Prag region shows one part of the human history. This study is based on general knowledges about burial rituals of people of Únětice culture. In comparison with another burial grounds in Dolné Počernice and Polepy near Kolín it is confirmed specifity or uniformity of these burial rituals.
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
Burial grounds at Jinonice, Butovice and Stodůlky (Prague) and regional specifics of the Únětice Culture
Petriščáková, Katarína ; Bláhová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Moucha, Václav (referee)
Anotation Spatial analysis of the graves in burial grounds in Jinonice and Nové Butovice is a continuation of the primary processing of bachelor' s work. Analysis of further burial in Malá Ohrada complete the source basis of Bronze Age in micro-region Prague 5. Integration of the micro-region in the context of the central Bohemian assist comparision with the identical time graves in Kněževes burial ground near Prague and in Vepřek near Mělnik. Comparision with the burial of northwestern Bohemia allows the definition of regional differences in Únětice Culture in the river basin Prokopský, Jinonický and Dalejský.
Burial grounds at Stodůlky, Butovice and Jinonice and their statement about thought and customs of the Únětice culture communities in the microregion of Prague 5
Petriščáková, Katarína ; Moucha, Václav (referee) ; Bláhová, Zuzana (advisor)
Anylysis of two primeral burial grounds of Old - Únětice culture and Young - Únětice culture in Prag region shows one part of the human history. This study is based on general knowledges about burial rituals of people of Únětice culture. In comparison with another burial grounds in Dolné Počernice and Polepy near Kolín it is confirmed specifity or uniformity of these burial rituals.

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