HROBOVÉ NÁLEZY ÚNĚTICKEJ KULTÚRY Z ROKU 1898 V ŠENKVICIACH
Finds and graves of Únětice culture from Šenkvice in the year 1898
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The article deals with the finds from Šenkvice, which were found in 1898. With methods of the archival archeology it was possible to reconstruct the finding circumstances and identify the majority of the finds. Accoding to the letter of Franz Meissl, former mayor of the town Pezinok, a skeleton grave with objects were excavated in the area of the brick factory. Meissl collected them and send the finds to the Hungarian National Museum. He reported about the finding circumstances and enclosed a map of the locality. Only a part of the finds are now in the collection of the National Museum. Most of them belong to the earliest assemblages of the Únětice culture in Slovakia. Bronze jewelry and a clay pot were in grave. These hair rings, a cyprian needle and a tutuli are typical typs of the Únětice culture. From the locality Meissl sent shards of red painted pottery vessels that were typical for the neolith Lengyel culture to the National Museum. The authors anlyzed and evaluated the objects and the other Early Bronze Age finds and localities of Šenkvice.
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