(Interkultúrne kódy v prehistórii európskej civilizácie)
Author: Egon WIEDERMANN
Publication order reference: Egon Wiedermann, Katedra muzeológie FF, Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre, Hodžova 1, 949 21 Nitra, Slovak republic, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, year: 2019, vol.: 23, number: Supplementum, pages: 207-213
Abstract: In this treatise our attention has been focused on a remarkable intercultural phenomenon of European prehistory. It is a pottery surface complement that resembles cord imprints and appears on ceramic vessels made during the Late Neolithic up to the Bronze Age. In a simplified way, it was named the corded ornament and it got to the centre of research via archaeology that, inspired by the decoration pattern, has named its bearers the Corded Ware culture. Regarding its duration and dispersal, the corded phenomenon space-time model can take almost a thousand years from the end of Aeneolithic up to the Middle Bronze Age and in prehistory of European communities it can be classified as a cultural complex with many local groups.
Keywords: INTERCULTURAL CONTACTS; WESTERN INNER CARPATHIANS; LATE AENEOLITHIC; EARLY AND MIDDLE BRONZE AGE; CULTURAL IDENTITY;