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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Grabundžija, Ana; Schlichtherle, Helmut; Leuzinger, Urs; Schier, Wolfram; Karg, Sabine;

    The study of prehistoric textile production requires the excavation of sites with exceptional organic preservation. Here, the authors focus on thread production using evidence from two fourth-millennium BC pre-Alpine wetland sites: Arbon-Bleiche 3 in Switzerland and Bad...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Detlef Gronenborn; Heinrich Thiemeyer; Anja Cramer; Nicolas Antunes; Dieter Neubauer; Pierre Pétrequin;
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    In the nineteenth century, two Neolithic axe-heads were reported from the Michelsberg enclosure system at Kapellenberg. The recent identification of an unusually large tumulus, from which the axe-heads were almost certainly once recovered, reveals that socio-political h...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
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    Authors:
    Tobias Uhlig; Joachim Krüger; Gundula Lidke; Detlef Jantzen; Sebastian Lorenz; Nicola Ialongo; Thomas Terberger;
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    Project: EC | WEIGHTANDVALUE (648055)

    A decade ago, archaeologists discovered the site of a Bronze Age battlefield in the Tollense Valley in north-eastern Germany. Dated to the early thirteenth century BC, the remains of over 140 individuals have been documented, along with many associated bronze objects. He...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
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    Authors:
    Lorenz Rahmstorf;
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    Project: EC | WEIGHTANDVALUE (648055)

    The identification of weights and weight-regulated artefacts is of primary importance for confirming the existence of European Bronze Age value ratios and exchange systems. Until recently, however, no such Bronze Age artefacts had been identified in Britain. Here, stati...

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  • publication . Article . 2016
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    Authors:
    Tom Brughmans; Jeroen Poblome;
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    Copyright © Antiquity Publications Ltd, 2016. How closely integrated were the commercial centres of the Roman world? Were traders aware of supply and demand for goods in other cities, or were communities of traders in cities protectionist and working opportunistically? ...

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