Science and earth science

Acta Archaeologica Carpathica

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Acta Archaeologica Carpathica | 2015 | No L |

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Abstract

The aim of the paper is to present and discuss traces of a long-distance contacts of the Early Neolithic Linear Band Pottery Culture registered at two sites, of which one is located in the Polish Lowland and second in the uplands of the southern Poland. They are manifested by the presence of obsidian finds and application the wood-tar substances, both of which being considered as a Transcarpathian phenomenon.The paper focuses on determination of characteristic chemical elements of obsidian artefacts from the two Polish Early Neolithic localities using non-invasive Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis (PGAA) as well as on a physicochemical analyses of composite organic-mineral substances found on pottery. The results of the analyses allow a discussion on the relationships between the Early Danubian societies inhabiting territories located on both sides of the Carpathians.

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Authors and Affiliations

Jacek Kabaciński
Iwona Sobkowiak-Tabaka
Zsolt Kasztovszky
Sławomir Pietrzak
Jerzy J. Langer
Katalin T. Biró
Boglárka Maróti

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