Title: Periodizačné a synchronizačné systémy pre štúdium doby popolnicových polí na Slovensku
Authors: FURMÁNEK, Václav – MITÁŠ, Vladimír
Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, 2016, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 358-377
Abstract: The authors offer review of systems of periodization and synchronisation dealing with issues of the Urnfield Period in Slovakia. They refer to the general principles on which chronological and synchronisation models are based, but also on their creation and use. The elements of current periodization of the Bronze Age have being evolved in Europe since the late 19th and the early 20th centuries (O. A. Montelius, P. Reinecke), and these systems were further developed. Specifically, the authors deal with more than twenty systems of periodization and synchronisation, which are gradually discussed and then introduced schematically. These systems were developed by Slovak researchers (M. Novotná, V. Furmánek, S. Demeterová and others) during the 20th and the early 21st centuries. In modified form, these systems are being used to study the Urnfield Period up to the present day.
Keywords: Slovakia, Urnfield Period, Chronology, Periodization, Synchronisation;
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