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Talking stones [ Ouvrage] : the chipped stone industry in Lower Austria and Moravia and the beginnings of the Neolithic in Central Europe (LBK), 5700-4900 BC / Inna Mateiciucová ; Zdeněk Měřínský et Jan Klápště curantibus editae

Publication : Brno : Masarykova univerzita, 2008 Description : 1 vol. (357 p.) : ill., cartes, tabl. ; 30 cm + 1 CD-ROMCollection : Dissertationes archaeologicae Brunenses Pragensesque; 4Traduit de : Počátky neolitu ve střední Evropě ve světle zkoumání štípané industrie raně zemědělských společností (LnK) na Moravě a v Dolním Rakousku"ISBN : 9788021048041 ; 8021048042.Diplome: Texte remanié de : Thèse de doctorat : Archéologie et muséologie : Université Masaryk Brno : 2002.Langue : Anglais ; d'ouvrage original, Tchèque. Auteur principal: Mateiciucová, Inna (1967-....) Autres auteurs: Merínsky, Zdenek. Editeur ; Klápště, Jan (1949-....) . Editeur.Résumé : Chipped stone tools made by both Mesolithic foragers and Neolithic farmers play a significant role in discussions about the beginning of the Neolithic in Central Europe (LBK culture). In this book Inna Mateiciucová compares the technology of blade production, the distribution of raw stone sources and the occurrence of so-called culturally specific tool types (trapezes, borers and retouched blades) of the chipped stone industries of Mesolithic and Early Neolithic sites in Central Europe and Balkans. She believes that the LBK originated autochthonously from the local Mesolithic substrate in Transdanubia and the immediately adjacent areas (Burgenland, south-west Slovakia), under the influence of contacts with, and with a biological contribution from, Balkan Early Neolithic populations, in particular from the Starčevo culture. She emphasizes the psychological implications of Neolithisation and assumes long before the physical acceptance of the Neolithic, some changes occurred at the psychological level. First, there was a Neolithisation of the hunter-gatherer soul (psyche), followed by Neolithisation at the material level. With this in mind, at the end of this book she indicates a possible explanation of the rapid dispersion of the Early LBK culture throughout Central Europe. (Source : éditeur).Sujets:industrie lithique -- typologie lithique -- matière première -- extraction du silex -- distribution -- analyse spatiale -- néolithisation Chrono:Mésolithique -- Néolithique Lieux:Basse Autriche -- Moravie -- Europe centrale Peuples: Rubané
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Texte remanié de : Thèse de doctorat : Archéologie et muséologie : Université Masaryk Brno : 2002

Chipped stone tools made by both Mesolithic foragers and Neolithic farmers play a significant role in discussions about the beginning of the Neolithic in Central Europe (LBK culture). In this book Inna Mateiciucová compares the technology of blade production, the distribution of raw stone sources and the occurrence of so-called culturally specific tool types (trapezes, borers and retouched blades) of the chipped stone industries of Mesolithic and Early Neolithic sites in Central Europe and Balkans. She believes that the LBK originated autochthonously from the local Mesolithic substrate in Transdanubia and the immediately adjacent areas (Burgenland, south-west Slovakia), under the influence of contacts with, and with a biological contribution from, Balkan Early Neolithic populations, in particular from the Starčevo culture. She emphasizes the psychological implications of Neolithisation and assumes long before the physical acceptance of the Neolithic, some changes occurred at the psychological level. First, there was a Neolithisation of the hunter-gatherer soul (psyche), followed by Neolithisation at the material level. With this in mind, at the end of this book she indicates a possible explanation of the rapid dispersion of the Early LBK culture throughout Central Europe.
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