Beginnings of anthropogenic activity within the Doubrava river alluvium
• (Principal) Investigator:
PhDr. Ivan Pavlů, DrSc.
• identification number:
IAA8002104
• Realization:
2001-2004
• Agency:
GA AS CR
• Keywords:
alluvial archaeology - neolithic - eneolitic - early medieval - survey - geophysics - submereged sites
 
 
 

Any river alluvium comprises of natural features formed by the direct or indirect long term natural and human activities. The prehistoric settlement at the confluence of Doubrava and Labe rivers is not too numeruous but the existence of pleistocene dunes covered by postneolithic alluvium can by supposed there. For the comparison with the classic regions of loessic areas in Bohemia there will be important to know more in detail the possible beginnings of anthropogenic impact to this part of landscape. It includes the period between 8000 to 5000 BC. The combined methods of geophysical rospection, aerial prospection and archaeological prospaction will be used for these purposes.

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