Settlement Structures at the Turn of the Bronze and Iron Age, as a Reflection of Broader Changes within the Historical Development
• (Principal) Investigator:
PhDr. Miloslav Chytráček
• identification number:
IAA8002204
• Realization:
2002-2006
• Agency:
GA AS CR
• Keywords:
Prehistory, settlement structure, Bronze Age, Iron Age
 
 
 

The project’s main aim is to publicise unpublished results of archaeological research and natural scientific analysis and to place them into a broader context. Changes in settlements in the course of the Final Bronze and Early Iron Age can be traced to a broad territory in Europe and reflect evidently deep transformations, which undoubtedly mean significant historical events. The evaluation of data will be monitored in two levels. The first, shall deal with a general look at the information available on hilltop and lowland settlements, hoards and also burial grounds on broader, Central European territory. The second, will take a more detailed look at several smaller regions where it is possible to follow the changes in settlement areas and cultures of substance. The detailed study of micro-structures will also contribute the publication of both main settlement horizons of the fortified hilltop site (Svržno) in the Final Bronze Age and Late Hallstatt Period.

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