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Archaeological studies of the Late Iron Age in Central Europe. Proceedings of the 15th International conference of the series „The La Tène Period in Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia“ („Doba laténská v Čechách, na Moravě a na Slovensku“) in Klement-Oberleis
Karwowski, M. ; Komoróczy, Balázs ; Ramsl, P. C.
The publication is based on materials from the conference “La Tène period in Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia” held on 11-13 June 2014 in Klement-Oberleis, Austria. For the most part, the studies published here are revised texts of the lectures given at the conference and bring a comprehensive overview of actual archaeological and numismatic research within the topic of the Celtic development in the Central European Region. For many diverse scientific questions, readers will find relevant studies in the present proceedings, which contains a total of 18 studies by authors from Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
On the traces of barbarians – archaeological, historical, numismatic (Archaeology of Barbarians 2015)
Karwowski, M. ; Komoróczy, Balázs ; Trebsche, P.
The publication is the latest in the series of proceedings based on materials from Central European protohistoric conferences Archaeology of Barbarians. For the most part, the studies published here are a revised text of the lectures given at the 2015 conference Archaeology of Barbarian at the MAMUZ Museum Mistelbach in Lower Austria. The main theme of the conference was the Celts and Germanic tribes in the Middle Danube Region in archaeological and numismatic sources (2nd century BC - 2nd century AD), but space was also given to other phenomena of protohistoric development. Intensive discussions included, among other things, absolute and relative chronology of transitional horizons, issues of monetization and testimony of numismatic groups, military, economic and diplomatic interactions along the north-south axis of the region and other sub-themes. For most of these questions, readers will find relevant studies in the present proceedings, which contains a total of 18 studies by authors from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and Germany.
Documentation, publication and interpretation of metal-detector finds as exemplified by Jobst type F4 brooches
Komoróczy, Balázs ; Vlach, Marek ; Zelíková, Michaela
Brooches represent a category of material evidence which in the past 25 years often became object of a very intensive metal detecting. In the Czech Republic, the number of amateurs who presently carry out this activity is much higher than the number of professional archaeologists. Archaeological science cannot omit the knowledge resulting from amateur metal-detecting finds, regardless of our personal opinion in this matter. We regard the documentation of all archaeological finds in our country as a professional duty of archaeological institutions, which is not contradictable by any reasonable arguments. On the contrary, when detectorists themselves or the general public prevent archaeologists from documenting these artefacts and making them accessible for professional study, this process gradually makes archaeology “blind”.

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