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Early Bronze Age sailors of the eastern Adriatic: the Cetina Culture and its impact


Tomas, Helena
Early Bronze Age sailors of the eastern Adriatic: the Cetina Culture and its impact // Hesperos. The Aegean seen from the West. Proceedings of the 16th International Aegean Conference, University of Ioannina, 18-21 May 2016 / Fotiadis, M. ; Laffineur, R. ; Lolos, Y. ; Vlachopoulos, A. (ur.).
Leuven: Peeters, 2017. str. 215-222


Naslov
Early Bronze Age sailors of the eastern Adriatic: the Cetina Culture and its impact

Autori
Tomas, Helena

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Hesperos. The Aegean seen from the West. Proceedings of the 16th International Aegean Conference, University of Ioannina, 18-21 May 2016

Urednik/ci
Fotiadis, M. ; Laffineur, R. ; Lolos, Y. ; Vlachopoulos, A.

Izdavač
Peeters

Grad
Leuven

Godina
2017

Raspon stranica
215-222

ISBN
978-90-429-3562-4

Ključne riječi
Early Bronze Age, maritime connections, Cetina culture, Aegean

Sažetak
During Late Bronze Age it was not unusual to find an object of Mycenaean origin at any part of eastern and central Mediterranean. The only area that seems to have been (deliberately) omitted from Mycenaean naval routes was the eastern Adriatic coast and its hinterland. However, during earlier times that coast was not as marginal to the Aegean world. The period in question was Early Bronze Age when Cetina Culture saw its birth in the valley of the eponymous river in the hinterland of the eastern Adriatic coast (present day Croatia). The pottery typical of the Cetina Culture subsequently spread to the Italian and northern Adriatic coasts, central Balkan Peninsula, Albania, and the Aegean. It is fairly safe to suggest that such a wide radius of pottery dissemination was a product of an economic exchange. Bronze objects discovered in the Cetina tumuli, and the fact that the initial area of the Cetina Culture contained no metal sources, leads us to conclude that metal was obtained through trade, and that the Cetina people obviously traded their pottery (or its contents) for metal. The distribution of the Aegean sites with imported Cetina pottery suggests that they lay along a route by which the Cetina people travelled towards Aegean sources of raw materials, perhaps even towards the Laurion mine itself.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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Projekt / tema
HRZZ IP 06-2016-1478

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Helena Tomas Bakota, (249756)