These eight volumes represent the most extensive outline published until now of Czech prehistory from the Palaeolithic to the Migration period. It summarizes the present state of the art, shows different approaches to the study of Bohemian prehistory and introduces a new review of archaeological data and its interpretation. The first Volume presents archaeological theories and methods, the natural context of archaeological periods, the anthropology of prehistoric populations, and deals with archaeological heritage management. Volumes 2 to 8 are dedicated to the systematic presentation of individual time periods. Their formal structure is similar, but the theoretical and methodological approaches differ according to the concepts preferred by the editors and authors of the individual volumes.
Jiráň, Luboš – Venclová, Natalie
Archeologický ústav AV ČR, Praha, v.v.i.
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