BUFM 101: Early Neolithic Settlement Brunn am Gebirge, Wolfholz, in Lower Austria Volume 3
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This book is devoted to publishing the ceramics from the Brunn 4 site and some problems of the Early Linear Pottery culture (Early LPC). Chronologically, Brunn 4 was the third site among the early LPC settlements near Brunn am Gebirge, Wolfholz.
The main part of the materials from the Brunn 2 and 3 sites have already been published.1 This book consists of two parts. The first of them includes ceramic materials of the Brunn 4 site. The second part is devoted to rethinking materials of the Early LPC on the background of the numerous collections of the sites near Brunn am Gebirge. The Brunn materials have demonstrated a unique sequence of the sites with clear complexes of the main stages of the Early LPC. Together with our image data base Montelius, it gives us the possibility of defining the periodisation of the Early LPC more precisely. We used a seriation of the main part of the published sites for a better understanding of the placement of the Brunn 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 sites among other early sites of this culture.
We were lucky enough to have the chance to work with some of the Early LPC collections and create our own impressions of the materials, which represent a valuable addition to previously published data. We are very grateful to Eva Lenneis and Ernst Lauermann for the possibility of introducing us to the materials from Strögen. Eszter Bánffy helped us view some pots from Szentgyörgyvölgy Pityerdomb.
László András Horváth showed us the Zalaegerszeg Andráshida and Budapest sites. Thanks to Juraj Pavúk, we were able to work with the materials of the Bíňa, Hurbanovo, Milanovce and Bernolákovo sites. Sławomir Kadrow gave us the chance to see some Early LPC collections in Poland.
Due to Jens Lüning, we have seen the Schwanfeld collection. Tessa Engelbrecht helped us to be introduced to materials from the Bruchenbrücken and Frankfurt Niedereschbach sites. 1 Stadler/Kotova 2019; Stadler/Kotova 2021; Minnich 2022.
Hans-Christoph Strien showed us materials from Oedheim, Rottenburg Hailfingen, and Stuttgart Mühlhausen Viesenhäuser Hof. During our work with the Early LPC materials, we had very interesting and important discussions with Juraj Pavúk and Hans-Christoph Strien.
|Autor / Herausgeber
||Herausgegeben von Peter Stadler & Nadezhda Kotova
||30,4 x 21,4cm
|Ort / Erscheinungsjahr
||Langenweißbach & Wien 2023
||417 Seiten mit vielen farbigen Abbildungen, Englisch, Zusammenfassung Deutsch, Karten, Pläne und 42 Farbtafeln, 30x 21cm, Festeinband
||Beier & Beran. Archäologischer Fachliteratur