The project’s main aim is to publicise unpublished results of archaeological research and natural scientific analysis and to place them into a broader context.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.
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:
GA AS CR
Prehistory, settlement structure, Bronze Age, Iron Age