Late Neolithic cultural elements from the Danube and Carpathian regions of Precucuteni – Trypillia A culture
Keywords:Precucuteni – Trypillia A, intercultural relations, pottery, figurines, metallurgy, burnt houses
AbstractThe relations of Precucuteni – Trypillia A cultures with the cultures of the Late Neolithic/Early Eneolithic of South-Eastern Europe were primarily determined by two factors: origin and cultural contacts. Ideas about Precucuteni – Trypillia A formation appeared sixty years ago on the basis of typology and stratigraphy. The first part of the twentieth century was marked by numerous investigations of Neolithic cultures in South-Eastern Europe and excavations of Trypillia A sites in Ukraine. First, we present these materials. Precucuteni-Trypillia A complex was a multi-component formation which included components of different Southern and Western components originating from different cultures from the wide Balkan-Carpathian area. At different stages of T rypillia, some directions of contact became more important than others.
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Burdo, N. (2011). Late Neolithic cultural elements from the Danube and Carpathian regions of Precucuteni – Trypillia A culture. Documenta Praehistorica, 38, 367–374. https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.38.28
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