31 Mart 2015 Salı


BANDKERAMIK: A pottery of the Danubian I culture, a Neolithic culture that existed over large areas of Europe north and west of the Danube River around the 5th millennium bc. It consists of hemispherical bowls and globular jars, usually round-based and strongly suggesting copies of gourds. The name refers specifically to the standard incised linear decoration – pairs of parallel lines forming spirals, meanders, chevrons, etc. There was farming of emmer wheat and barley and the keeping of domestic animals such as cattle. The most common stone tool was a polished stone adze. The people lived in large rectangular houses in medium-sized village communities or in small, dispersed clusters. [LBK, Linearbandkeramik, Linienbandkeramik (German)]

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