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Funerary practices at the end of the Late Bronze Age in the southern Middle Danube region


Ložnjak Dizdar, Daria; Rajić Šikanjić, Petra
Funerary practices at the end of the Late Bronze Age in the southern Middle Danube region // Funerary practices during the Bronze and Iron Ages in Central and Southeast Europe / Sîrbu, Valeriu ; Jevtić, Miloš ; Dmitrović, Katarina ; Ljuština, Marija (ur.).
Beograd - Čačak: Faculty of Philosophy Belgrade, National musem Čačak, 2016. str. 109-126


Naslov
Funerary practices at the end of the Late Bronze Age in the southern Middle Danube region

Autori
Ložnjak Dizdar, Daria ; Rajić Šikanjić, Petra

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Funerary practices during the Bronze and Iron Ages in Central and Southeast Europe

Urednik/ci
Sîrbu, Valeriu ; Jevtić, Miloš ; Dmitrović, Katarina ; Ljuština, Marija

Izdavač
Faculty of Philosophy Belgrade, National musem Čačak

Grad
Beograd - Čačak

Godina
2016

Raspon stranica
109-126

ISBN
978-86-6427-040-3

Ključne riječi
Middle Danube region, Late Bronze Age, Dalj group, cemeteries, Batina, Sotin, body treatment, body ornaments, urns, funeral feast

Sažetak
Changes in mortuary practices at the end of the Late Bronze Age in the southern Middle Danube region are evident in several grave characteristics. The most obvious is an increased number of vessels in ceramic sets placed within the grave. Even though this period is the time of traditional Urnfield cemeteries, presence of inhumation graves can also be noticed. Two investigated cemeteries that belong to this period are Batina and Sotin. Graves from those two cemeteries will be analysed combining archaeological and anthropological data in order to investigate changes in mortuary practices. We hope that this analysis will enable us to answer some questions, such as: does the combination of grave goods match the sex or age of the deceased or does the choice of grave goods depend on the possibilities of a community that buried the deceased. Possible regularities in the mortuary practices of the Dalj group – common rituals (encompassing the meat/parts of animals, farewell gifts) and local variations in certain cemeteries will be tested by comparing data from several other cemeteries. Also, we shall also try to answer the question – who wore hair jewellery, the most common body ornaments found in graves, combining archaeological and anthropological methods. Changes in mortuary practices of communities settled in the southern Middle Danube region at the end of the Bronze Age were not significant, but they are noticeable. It is interesting to investigate how those communities located on the crossroads between the east and west of the Carpathian Basin accepted the new burial customs/practice.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija, Etnologija i antropologija



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Projekt / tema
HRZZ-UIP-2013-11-5327 - Pogrebni običaji i društvo kasnog brončanog doba na jugu Karpatske kotline (Daria Dizdar, )

Ustanove
Institut za antropologiju,
Institut za arheologiju, Zagreb