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2010 | 48 | 91 - 140
Article title

STREDOVEKÁ KERAMIKA NA SEVEROZÁPADNOM SLOVENSKU

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EN
Medieval pottery in north-western Slovakia
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SK
Abstracts
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The article deals with the closed settlement finds from rural areas from Turčianska kotlina and Žilinská kotlina basins and from upper Váh basin (the current districts of Považská Bystrica and Púchov), which date to the Early and High Middle Ages (8th-14th centuries). Our aim was to create a typology of ceramic material from collected objects and try to determine the chronological development of pottery in a given area. The essential issues included: relative chronology of pottery development in a given area, continuity or discontinuity of pottery development in a given area, relation of pottery production to neighbouring areas (south-western Slovakia, Silesia, Moravia, and possibly Lesser Poland) in the Early and High Middle Ages. Chronologically clear material from the processed area is insufficient and does not cover the whole period of the Early to High Middle Ages. Therefore, the continuity of pottery development can be neither confirmed nor disproved.
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48
Pages
91 - 140
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  • Archeologický ústav SAV, Akademická 2, 949 21 Nitra, Slovak Republic
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