PREHISTORY OF KOŠICE – SETTLEMENT IN THE NEOLITHIC
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This article presents the results of archaeological excavations at the sites Košice-Galgovec I-III and Červený rak on the south-eastern edge of Košice in 1997–2001 indicated several stages of settlement and their dating. AMS 14C dates for the Tiszadob group were 6260±35 BP, 5330-5140 calBC; for the early stage of the Bükk culture they were 6310±40-35 BP, 5285±42 calBC. Assessment of residential, farming and settlement features was carried out, and numerous remains of pottery and lithic industry were classified with regard to contemporary sites in the Košická kotlina basin and in north-eastern Hungary. The researchers evaluated the settlement in the micro-region of Košice from the beginning of the Eastern Linear Pottery culture – the Proto-Linear stage – to the Barca III group and the Tiszadob group and the subsequent settlement during the Bükk culture period.
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