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1 Nisan 2015 Çarşamba

WHAT IS THE BELL BEAKER ?

BELL BEAKER: A type of pottery vessel found all over western and central Europe from the Final Neolithic or Chalcolithic, c. 2500– 1800 bc. The culture’s name derives from the characteristic pottery, which looks like an inverted bell with globular body and flaring rim. The beakers were valuable and highly decorated. They are often associated with special artifacts in grave assemblages, including polished stone wristguards, V-perforated buttons, and copper-tanged daggers.

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