Title: Deponovanie (?) spôn a kruhového šperku v nádobách vo výbave keltských hrobov na území Karpatskej kotliny
Author: REPKA, Dominik
Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, 2017, vol. 21, Supplementum, pp. 195-208
Abstract: Vessels as part of funerary equipment are traditionally seen as dining and drinking service. It is assumed that they originally contained food and liquids used either du-ring the journey of the deceased to the eternity or during one’s life. In some cases, another function can be considered as well. In this regard, this contribution discusses the evidence of the La Tène burial pottery with unusual content. These are the findings of fibulae and rings with no traces of burnt human remains, the fact which excludes their function of urns. Considering the finding situation of the La Tène graves in the territory of the Carpathian Basin, the author tries to interpret these unusual contents of the burial pottery.
Keywords: La Tène Period, Fibulae, Rings, Burial Pottery, Deposition;
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