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The Bell beaker transition in Europe : mobility and local evolution during the 3rd millennium BC / edited by Maria Pilar Prieto Martínez and Laure Salanova

The Bell beaker transition in Europe : mobility and local evolution during the 3rd millennium BC / edited by Maria Pilar Prieto Martínez and Laure Salanova

The Bell beaker transition in Europe : mobility and local evolution during the 3rd millennium BC / edited by Maria Pilar Prieto Martínez and Laure Salanova Publicación	Oxford : Oxbow Books, 2015

The Bell beaker transition in Europe : mobility and local evolution during the 3rd millennium BC / edited by Maria Pilar Prieto Martínez and Laure Salanova Publicación Oxford : Oxbow Books, 2015

The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley: Indo European Urn Burials in South Carolina

The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley: Indo European Urn Burials in South Carolina

The Bell Beaker Transition in Europe: Mobility and local evolution during the 3rd millennium BC [Hardback] Maria Pilar Prieto Martínez (Editor); Laure Salanova (Editor)

The Bell Beaker Transition in Europe: Mobility and local evolution during the 3rd millennium BC [Hardback] Maria Pilar Prieto Martínez (Editor); Laure Salanova (Editor)

Funnelbeaker - found in a passagegrave of the funnelbeaker culture - Drenthe - the Netherlands - 3200 - 2900 BC - photograph by the RMO Leiden

Funnelbeaker - found in a passagegrave of the funnelbeaker culture - Drenthe - the Netherlands - 3200 - 2900 BC - photograph by the RMO Leiden

Bell Beaker Blogger: Lunula found in Dorset, England This is a recent find.  The first fragment was found in May and metal detectorists have found two or three more pieces in a heavily plowed field.  Lunulae were worn around the neck of important Bell Beaker men, perhaps as one have an office, such as a sheriff or a knight.  Funerary stelae depicting lunulae wearers show men dressed in the full idealistic garb with pommeled dagger, bow, tattoos, purse and twill kilt.

Bell Beaker Blogger: Lunula found in Dorset, England This is a recent find. The first fragment was found in May and metal detectorists have found two or three more pieces in a heavily plowed field. Lunulae were worn around the neck of important Bell Beaker men, perhaps as one have an office, such as a sheriff or a knight. Funerary stelae depicting lunulae wearers show men dressed in the full idealistic garb with pommeled dagger, bow, tattoos, purse and twill kilt.

The Bell-Beaker culture ca. 2800 – 1900 B.C, is the term for a widely scattered cultural phenomenon of prehistoric western Europe starting in the late Neolithic or Chalcolithic running into the early Bronze Age. The term was coined by John Abercromby, based on their distinctive pottery drinking vessels. Beaker culture is defined by the common use of a pottery style, a beaker with a distinctive inverted bell-shaped profile found across the western part of Europe during the late 3rd millennium…

The Bell-Beaker culture ca. 2800 – 1900 B.C, is the term for a widely scattered cultural phenomenon of prehistoric western Europe starting in the late Neolithic or Chalcolithic running into the early Bronze Age. The term was coined by John Abercromby, based on their distinctive pottery drinking vessels. Beaker culture is defined by the common use of a pottery style, a beaker with a distinctive inverted bell-shaped profile found across the western part of Europe during the late 3rd millennium…

Polygonal battle axe, from Dalarna The culture is named for its characteristic ceramics, beakers and amphorae with funnel-shaped tops, which were probably used for drinking.  The technology was flint-based, of which the deposits found in Belgium and on the island of Rügen as well as deposits in the Kraków area were important. The culture used Battle Axes which were stone versions of Central Europe's copper axes.

Polygonal battle axe, from Dalarna The culture is named for its characteristic ceramics, beakers and amphorae with funnel-shaped tops, which were probably used for drinking. The technology was flint-based, of which the deposits found in Belgium and on the island of Rügen as well as deposits in the Kraków area were important. The culture used Battle Axes which were stone versions of Central Europe's copper axes.

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