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2003 | 51 | 87-122
Article title

On the Studies of the South-Western Peripheries of the Globular Amphora Culture

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The paper centers on issues related to the south-western centers of the Globular Amphora culture, situated mainly on the Bohemian Plateau and in Moravia. Its purpose is (1) to systemize the knowledge by including the accretion of relevant source data and (2) to explore the cultural context in which populations of the Globular Amphora culture lived, what form basis for (3) describing relationships between the given unit and other cultural phenomena (Rivnác, Cham and Horgen cultures) in the area stretching from the drainages of the upper Elbe and Morava rivers to as far as the Alpine foothills. The main subjects of the work are selected aspects of the archaeological taxonomy, but in the last part certain interpretations of the cultural relationships are also discussed.
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51
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87-122
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ARTICLE
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  • M. Szmyt, Uniwersytet im Adama Mickiewicza, Instytut Wschodni, ul. 28 czerwca 1956r. 198, 61-485 Poznan, Poland
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06PLAAAA01403107
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bwmeta1.element.de34103c-5d3f-34e5-9ebf-6608b0f4b30d
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