The Neolithic-Eneolithic sequence and pottery assemblages in the fifth millennium BC in north-eastern Slovenia

Authors

  • Bine Kramberger

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.41.13

Keywords:

Neolithic, Eneolithic, settlement, NE Slovenia, 5th millennium BC, pottery analysis, 14C analysis, chronology

Abstract

This paper discusses the settlements at Andrenci, Stoperce, Ptuj-Šolski center, Zgornje Radvanje and Hoče-Orglarska delavnica, all located in north-eastern Slovenia. The settlements are dated on the basis of the results of radiocarbon analyses. The characteristics of the material and cultu- ral-chronological site structures were studied through analyses of pottery (pottery production, form, decoration) and comparative analyses.

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Published

30. 12. 2014

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How to Cite

Kramberger, B. (2014). The Neolithic-Eneolithic sequence and pottery assemblages in the fifth millennium BC in north-eastern Slovenia. Documenta Praehistorica, 41, 237-282. https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.41.13