The Jastorf culture was an Iron Age material culture in what are now southern Scandinavia and north Germany, spanning the 6th to 1st centuries BCE, forming . Term for culture groups of the pre-Roman Iron Age in North Germany (Germanic archaeology, with map), derived from the urnfields of Jastorf, in the district of. Jastorf culture. 1-Is it right that Jastrof culture was the cradle of germanic tribes and germanic languages? 2-Could you tell me Mr Maciamo.
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With gold and sword. Contacts of Celts and early Germanics in central Europe. The chapter written together with M.
Strobin in a book: Polish lands from the first evidence of human presence to the early Middle Ages”, vol. Rzeszotarska-NowakiewiczWarszawapp. It’s a man’s world Chapter published in a book: Pottery from the earliest phases of the Przeworsk culture from site 3 in Gniewowo. The aim of this paper is The aim of this paper is to explore why the period is conceived so differently in the two adjacent areas.
The Przeworsk Culture cemetery at Jarnice on the Liwiec River in eastern Poland was excavated by amateur archaeologists at the end of the 19th cent. Field surveys carried out during the second half of the 20th cent. Both sites, investigated to a very limited extent, were initially dated to the Late Pre-Roman Period only. A verification project made in brought in three remarkable finds: The analysis of the three artefacts and of pottery from earlier investigations, coupled with a review of data now available about the settlement complex at Jarnice suggest the presence in this area of a cemetery and a settlement of Przeworsk Culture datable to the Late Pre-Roman and the Early Roman Periods.
In the course of a DFG-funded project, the organisation of iron smelting and iron working in the Jastorf culture was characterised for the first time.
The project focused on the Teltow area, a morainic landscape south of Berlin which The project focused on the Teltow area, a morainic landscape south of Berlin which offers diverse natural resources.
The excavation of a settlement of the Pre-Roman Iron Age near Glienick revealed bloomeries and several metric tons of smelting slag, indicating large-scale iron production. A series of experiments using this type of furnace succeeded in replicating iron production in this type of bloomery. Extensive smithing residue from the Iron Age settlement shows that iron working took place in close connection with iron production.
Culhure activities were carried out within the settlement, which was otherwise characterised by a subsistence economy based on agriculture. Following the study of surrounding sites with a similar structure, a model for the organisation of the iron supply in the region during the Pre-Roman Iron Age was developed.
A comparison with the Roman Iron Age shows that there was no linear development of iron production. Rather, a break was observed jqstorf the end of the Pre-Roman Iron Age and the system was restructured; subsequently, the necessary iron was partly imported. This volume presents the archaeological evidence, supplemented by several scientific analyses. These include the discussion of a pollen profile from Lake Rangsdorf, which amongst others provides a detailed insight into settlement development from the Middle Bronze Age to the Early Roman Period.
Both sites were discovered and partially excavated ahead of cultute construction Both sites were discovered and partially excavated ahead of motorway construction from to The predominantly ceramic material of both places belongs to the pre-Roman Iron Age and is dated by four radiocarbon dates into the 4 th to 1 st Century BC.
The majority of the faunal remains are slaughter-and foodstuffs, along with some bone artifacts as well as several animal deposits. Of particular importance are the domestic pig, followed by sheep and goat, cattle and horse. Dog and chicken are also represented in small quantities.
Hunting seems to have played a subordinate role in nutrition. Wild animals are represented mainly in wild boar, red deer and aurochs. Small proportions of birds and fish are also present. There is a direct connection with the equally small number of investigated and presented settlements of this time.
The artefacts establish that The artefacts establish that settlement of the area began at the latest in LT B2. A ‘Kronenhalsring’ crown-shaped neck-ring comes from the environment of the Jastorf culture.
A cast bronze fibula and spear butt made according to a Greek model are of southeastern origin. Diese Depots stehen in bronzezeitlicher Tradition, brechen allerdings bereits in der gleichen Periode ab.
The settlement pottery of the Early part of the Late Pre-Roman Iron Age phase IIA in Northern Jutland is described and depicted in detail 27 plates and it is compared to the pottery found in comtemporary graves, as well as to the The settlement pottery of the Early part of the Late Pre-Roman Iron Age phase IIA in Northern Jutland is described and depicted in detail 27 plates and it is compared to the pottery found in comtemporary graves, as well as to the pottery of the Przeworsk culture.
The history of research of the Kraghede group and its alleged special cultural position is briefly sketched out as well as the extent jqstorf dating of the cultural group. The chronological development of the Pre-Roman Iron Age pottery is lined out and the major types of settlement pottery from the period are presented. Finally the pottery from the two burnt down houses at locus classicus are presented before a comparison is made between the type-sequence of uclture from settlements and graves.
Strefy A1 i A2. The excavation works were carried out in the years Badania wykopaliskowe na cmentarzysku w Bytominie Bytnikgm. The Coming of Iron in a Comparative Perspective. Article covers the results of kastorf investigations at the site Renice 6, Mysliborz commune Poland.
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