SKLENÉ KORÁLIKY Z DOBY HALŠTATSKEJ NA VÝCHODNOM SLOVENSKU
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Glass beads from the Hallstatt period in Eastern Slovakia
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Finds of glass beads from Eastern Slovakia are recorded on several sites. An undecorated red-brown bead from the burial ground in Vojnatina, distr. of Sobrance, from the end of the Bronze Age or the beginning of the Hallstatt period belongs to the oldest finds. Other specimens belong to the young and the late Hallstatt period. The largest collection of glass beads of various types comes from the cemetery in Ždaňa, distr. of Košice-okolie, on the basis of existing finds; this cemetery has been provisionally dated back to the HD stage. Among the glass beads from Eastern Slovakia, types chronologically comparable to finds in the Vekerzug culture within the Carpathian Basin prevail considerably. In a wider cultural context, these glass beads can be compared to the finds from the East-Hallstatt sphere. The specimens from the late Hallstatt settlement in Rad, distr. of Trebišov, rang among rare types with some analogies in the cultures north and east of the Carpathians.
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