(Východočeské nálezy opaskových článků se středovým vývalkem a postranními destičkami jako doklad interregionálních kontaktů v době laténské)
Authors: Tomáš MANGEL – Tereza JOŠKOVÁ
Publication order reference:
Tomáš Mangel, Katedra archeologie, Univerzita Hradec Králové, Rokitanského 62, 500 03 Hradec Králové 3, Czech Republic, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Tereza Jošková, Katedra archeologie, Univerzita Hradec Králové, Rokitanského 62, 500 03 Hradec Králové 3, Czech Republic, mail: email@example.com
Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, year: 2019, vol.: 23, number: Supplementum, pages: 465-480
Abstrakt: Eastern Bohemia is one of the most easterly situated areas with evidence for La Tène occupation in Bohemia. Its geographical location also corresponds with a more frequent occurrence of items which can be taken for evidence of contacts with the Middle Danube region or generally with areas situated to the southeast. The region‘s southeastern ties are demonstrated by selected specific features of funerary practices but also by certain artefacts with parallels in those regions. Artefactual evidence for such contacts has become more common over the recent years, in connection with the increasing use of metal detectors. Along with other finds, parts of chain belts consisting of segments with a central knob and side plates, which are usually considered as part of the female attire, also belong to this category. Their occurrence in the Svitavy region, which is the easternmost part of eastern Bohemia, was brought to attention by D. Vích. However, from a viewpoint of settlement geography, these finds are undoubtedly linked to settlement in Moravia during that period. Finds of the mentioned belts which have been made over recent years in the central part of eastern Bohemia also prove their use in areas situated further to the west.
Keywords: BELT; SEGMENTS WITH A CENTRAL KNOB AND SIDE PLATES; LA TÈNE PERIOD; EASTERN BOHEMIA; MIDDLE DANUBE REGION;