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Radiocarbon data models of the Middle Bronze Age in Moravia



Rok publikování 2021
Druh Konferenční abstrakty
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Filozofická fakulta

Popis Radiocarbon dating makes it possible to bridge temporal and geographical differences and change the view of traditional themes of the Central European Bronze Age, which have long been dominated by cultural and periodization schemes. The challenge is to collect data from time periods that are underrepresented in the archaeological record, as is the case with the Middle Bronze Age in Moravia in the Czech Republic (1600–1300 BC in the local chronology), which is characterized by a change in the nature of the archaeological record. There is a distinguishable shift in the occupation pattern, which is irregular and, compared to the Early Bronze Age, the registered sites have only low representation in the archaeological record. The objective of this paper is to briefly demonstrate the character of Middle Bronze Age archaeological sources in Moravia and, based on radiocarbon models, synchronize the early and middle stages of the Middle Bronze Age in Moravia with the development of the Carpathian Basin and the Danube Region. The set of new radiocarbon dates obtained from graves associated with the Koszider horizon enables us to describe the process of how the period begins. Sets of radiocarbon dates from settlements make it possible to demonstrate the structural change reflected in the settlement pattern.

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