Raptus Sabinae? Of a female calvarium from the Bandkeramik settlement of Rovantsi in Volhynia
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Rescue excavations on the Bandkeramik (LBK) settlement of Rovantsi in Volhynia brought to light several extraordinary objects such as two valves of Spondylus gaederopus and Šárka style pottery. Those discoveries reaffi rm the extent of the Early Neolithic long-distance exchange network, of which the easternmost LBK settlements once formed an integral part. A calvarium of a mature female was found in a pit at Rovantsi. Since skeletal remains of a Bandkeramik date are extremely rare in Ukraine, this discovery will be discussed in the following article.
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