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2020 | 41 | 33-52
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The Unetice Culture Group in palaeosociological perspective

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Based on the current state of knowledge in research on the Unetice culture in Poland, the article discusses several key issues for the reconstruction of palaeosocial prehistoric societies. Departing from the classical definition of archaeological culture, and basing on the results of e.g. bioarchaeological analyzes, the authors discuss the problems of individual and collective identity in the Early Bronze Age (the so-called opera model), and related issues of territoriality, linguistic community and customs. The article presents, among others, the Unietyce funeral rites as well as the typology and evolution of mounds (the so-called prince burials).
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  • Department of Archaeology and Museology Masaryk University, Czech Republic
  • Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies, University of Stockholm, Sweden
  • Department of Archaeology and History of Ancient World, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
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