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Journal
2015 | 19 | 1-2 | 143-148
Article title

Němčice and Pistiros: Glass Beads as Historical Markers in the Third Century BC

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The largest known collection of La Tène glass from Němčice in Moravia dating to the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC also includes glass beads originating in southeastern Europe and the Mediterranean. As in Pistiros, the beads could have been related to the same events of a military, trade or other nature. The relative scarcity of imported beads in Němčice is explained by the glass‑working activities at this site, which covered the needs of the local population.
Journal
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19
Issue
1-2
Pages
143-148
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  • Institute of Archaeology, Prague, v. v. i. Czech Academy of Sciences Letenská 4, CZ-11801, Praha 1, Czech Republic, venclova@arup.cas.cz
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