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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...
Gold in late iron age in Bohemia
Smola, Adam ; Salač, Vladimír (advisor) ; Frank Danielisová, Alžběta (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the gold in the late Iron Age. The aim is a comprehensive description and summarization of current natural scientific and archaeological knowledge of mining, processing and use of the gold in the late Iron Age, with emphasis on the Czech territory. The work consists of three parts. The first part focuses on the geology of gold. The second part is devoted to mining archeology, and the third relates to gold in the context of the late Iron Age in Bohemia. In conclusion, there are proposed areas that need attention if we look for the direct evidence of precious metal mining in the late Iron Age. An important part of this work is to inform the Czech professionals with the not well kown but more unique achievements of French archeology in proving mining gold in a similar environment and cultural terms and time frame. The work should serve as a basis for the further research a bring the theory into practice. KEY WORDS: late Iron Age, gold mining, settlement, archeology of gold mining

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