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In the midst of Godelier, Facebook and bloody forays. Several comments on metal and its availability in the Bronze and Early Iron Ages

DOI: 10.33547/PraceArch.69.08 In the midst of Godelier, Facebook and bloody forays. Several comments on metal and its availability in the Bronze and Early Iron Ages by Marcin Maciejewski 1 1 – Institute of Archeology, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland In: M. S. Przybyła, K. Dzięgielewski (eds.), Chasing Bronze Age rainbows. […]

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Nice bronzes in ugly pots. On the containers of the Bronze Age metal deposits from Karmin in SW Poland

DOI: 10.33547/PraceArch.69.23 Nice bronzes in ugly pots. On the containers of the Bronze Age metal deposits from Karmin in SW Poland by Justyna Baron 1, Radosław Jarysz 2, Dagmara Łaciak 1, Jeannette J. Łucejko 3, Marcin Maciejewski 4 1 – Institute of Archaeology, Wrocław University, Poland; 2 – Archaeological Museum […]

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Some thoughts regarding the research on the metal finds from the Early Iron Age in the lower Pilica River basin

DOI: 10.33547/PraceArch.69.13 Some thoughts regarding the research on the metal finds from the Early Iron Age in the lower Pilica River basin by Elżbieta Małgorzata Kłosińska 1 1 – Institute of Archeology, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland In: M. S. Przybyła, K. Dzięgielewski (eds.), Chasing Bronze Age rainbows. Studies on […]

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The Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age metal hoards from the Chełmno land: A new insight into the metalworking capacity of the local bronzesmiths

DOI: 10.33547/PraceArch.69.12 The Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age metal hoards from the Chełmno land: A new insight into the metalworking capacity of the local bronzesmiths by Jacek Gackowski 1, Łukasz Kowalski 1 1 – Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Institute of Archaeology, Toruń, Poland In: M. S. Przybyła, […]

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The diversity of Bronze Age hoards in Europe: Some thoughts about a social practice and its variations

DOI: 10.33547/PraceArch.69.03 The diversity of Bronze Age hoards in Europe: Some thoughts about a social practice and its variations by Hélène Blitte 1 1 – Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften, Abt. III Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany In: M. S. Przybyła, K. Dzięgielewski (eds.), Chasing Bronze Age […]

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The Stefkowa hoard and its connections with the upper Tisa basin

DOI: 10.33547/PraceArch.69.10 The Stefkowa hoard and its connections with the upper Tisa basin by Josip V. Kobal 1 1 – National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Scientific Research Centre “Rescue Archeological Service”, Lviv, Ukraine In: M. S. Przybyła, K. Dzięgielewski (eds.), Chasing Bronze Age rainbows. Studies on hoards and related […]

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Early Bronze Age hoards from the Wielkopolska-Kujawy Plain in context of the cultural milieu

DOI: 10.33547/PraceArch.69.09 Early Bronze Age hoards from the Wielkopolska-Kujawy Plain in context of the cultural milieu by Maciej Kaczmarek 1 1 – Faculty of Archaeology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland In: M. S. Przybyła, K. Dzięgielewski (eds.), Chasing Bronze Age rainbows. Studies on hoards and related phenomena in prehistoric […]

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‘Foreign’ markers in Černotín type hoards. A contribution to the discussion of the phenomenon of “culture shock” in Central Europe in the Late Bronze Age

DOI: 10.33547/PraceArch.69.06 ‘Foreign’ markers in Černotín type hoards. A contribution to the discussion of the phenomenon of “culture shock” in Central Europe in the Late Bronze Age by Jan Chochorowski 1 1 – Institute of Archaeology, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland In: M. S. Przybyła, K. Dzięgielewski (eds.), Chasing Bronze Age […]