Auf der Suche nach den Keltinnen in Italien. Die Hohlbuckelringe aus Marzabotto (prov. Bologna/I)
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Marzabotto (prov. Bologna/I) is one of the most important archaeological sites for research on the mobility of Celtic women. Since the 19th century, six undecorated ‘Hohlbuckelringe’ (anklets with hollow hemispheres/ knobbed rings) have been found and studied. This type of jewellery arises in the middle La Tène period in Central Europe, where certain variants developed in different regions. Due to the studies of the anklets from Marzabotto, a Celtic influence can be assumed in LT B2 in Emilia -Romagna, which has its origins in the area of Slovakia, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. For the first time in Marzabotto, the La Tène woman’s jewellery is the focus of the provenance debate.
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