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Thinking gender differently: new approaches to identity difference in the Central European Neolithic2020 Cambridge archaeological journal 30 (2): 201-18
  • Penny Bickle
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
How do they fit together? A case study of Neolithic pottery typology and radiocarbon chronology2020 Archeologické rozhledy 72 (2): 163-93
  • František Trampota
  • Petr Květina
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267
New findings about the diet of males from the late bronze age accumulation of human skeletons K7/90 from Cezavy near Blučina, south Moravia2019 Archeologické rozhledy 71 (2): 241-66
  • Barbara Rendl
  • Ivana Jarošová
  • Katharina Rebay-Salisbury
  • Milan Salaš
  • Sylva Drtikolová Kaupová
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267English summary
Earliest pottery in Eurasia continent2019 Archeologické rozhledy 71 (4): 589-614
  • Alžběta Pchálková
  • Ivan Pavlů
  • Tereza Machová
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267
The oldest cereals in the coversand area along the North Sea coast of NW Europe, between ca. 4800 and 3500 cal BC, at the wetland site of 'Bazel Sluis' (Belgium)2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 49: 1-7
  • A. Ervynck
  • E. Meylemans
  • J. Bastiaens
  • K. Deforce
  • M. Boudin
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Rows with the neighbours: the short lives of longhouses at the Neolithic site of Versend-Gilencsa2018 Antiquity 92 (361): 91-117
  • Alasdair Whittle
  • Alex Bayliss
  • Elaine Dunbar
  • Eszter Bánffy
  • János Jakucs
  • Krisztián Oross
  • Paula Reimer
  • Peter Marshall
  • Vanda Voicsek
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Reduced intensity of bone fat exploitation correlates with increased potential access to dairy fats in early neolithic Europe2018 Journal of archaeological science 94: 60-9
  • Adrian Timpson
  • Alan K. Outram
  • Emily V. Johnson
  • Mark G. Thomas
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Integration of Linearbandkeramik cattle husbandry in the forested landscape of the mid-Holocene climate optimum: seasonal-scale investigations in Bohemia2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 51: 16-27
  • Anne Tresset
  • Lenka Kovačiková
  • Marie Balasse
  • Rémi Berthon
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Hollenstedt 2. Eine bandkeramische Siedlung an der mittleren Leine2018 Praehistorische Zeitschrift 93 (1): 25-47
  • Christian Tinapp
  • Martin Posselt
  • Reinhold Schoon
  • Thomas Saile
H6/KE [PRAEHISTORISCHE-]0079-4848English and French summaries
We are one: figural finds from the eastern border of the Linear Pottery culture distribution2018 Sprawozdania archeologiczne 70: 227-42
  • Andriĭ B. Bardets'kyĭ
  • Maciej Dębiec
  • Valeska Becker
H6/KE [SPRAWOZDANIA-]0081-3834
New information on the neolithic occupation of south Bohemia2018 Archeologické rozhledy 70 (2): 147-94
  • Jiří Bumerl
  • Martin Pták
  • Michaela Ptáková
  • Petr Šída
  • Václav Vondrovský
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267English summary
Artefacts made from siliceous rocks of Polish origin on prehistoric sites in the Czech Republic2018 Archaeologia polona 56: 35-48
  • Antonín Přichystal
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIA-]0066-5924in special issue 'Characteristics and distribution of siliceous rocks in prehistory'
Three stories about the exploitation of 'chocolate' flint during the stone age in central Poland2018 Archaeologia polona 56: 65-78
  • Dominik Kacper Płaza
  • Piotr Papiernik
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIA-]0066-5924in special issue 'Characteristics and distribution of siliceous rocks in prehistory'
Contribution to understanding the distribution of 'chocolate' flint on the Polish lowlands in the early neolithic: Kruszyn, site 132018 Archaeologia polona 56: 79-87
  • Jacek Kabaciński
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIA-]0066-5924in special issue 'Characteristics and distribution of siliceous rocks in prehistory'
Examining raw material of stone tools. Siliceous marl from the eastern part of the Polish Carpathians re-interpreted2018 Archaeologia polona 56: 191-201
  • Andrzej Pelisiak
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIA-]0066-5924in special issue 'Characteristics and distribution of siliceous rocks in prehistory'
Diet and diversity of early farmers in the neolithic period (LBK): buccal dental microwear and stable isotopic analysis at Vedrovice (Czech Republic) and Nitra - Horné Krškany (Slovakia)2017 Anthropologie (Brno) 55 (3): 353-84
  • Ivana Jarošová
  • Zdeněk Tvrdý
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0323-1119
Sunken buildings on the middle neolithic settlements of the Upper Tisza region2017 Communicationes archaeologicae Hungariae : 5-37
  • Hargita Oravecz
H6/KE [COMMUNICATIONES-]0231-133XEnglish summary
Animal bone find material from the Nagykálló-Harangod middle neolithic settlement (County Szabolcs - Szatmár-Bereg, NE-Hungary)2017 Communicationes archaeologicae Hungariae : 39-50
  • Annamária Bárány
H6/KE [COMMUNICATIONES-]0231-133XEnglish summary
The settlement of Linear Pottery culture in Blučina: 'Nivky'2017 Acta Musei Moraviae: scientiae sociales 102 (1): 17-38
  • Alžběta Čerevková
  • Hana Koubková
  • Zdeněk Hájek
H6/KE [ACTA-]0323-0570English summary
The settlement of the Stroked Pottery culture in Nová Ves u Oslavan2017 Acta Musei Moraviae: scientiae sociales 102 (2): 99-114
  • Alena Humpolová
  • Alžběta Čerevková
  • Hana Koubková
  • Zdeněk Hájek
H6/KE [ACTA-]0323-0570English summary
Raptus Sabinae? Of a female calvarium from the Bandkeramik settlement of Rovantsi in Volhynia2017 Sprawozdania archeologiczne 69: 235-51 [insert i-vi, CD ROM]
  • Andriĭ B. Bardets'kyĭ
  • Inna D. Potekhina
  • Maciej Dębiec
  • Thomas Saile
H6/KE [SPRAWOZDANIA-]0081-3834with an Appendix by Inna Potekhina, pp. 246-251
Kamyane-Zavallia, the easternmost Linear Pottery culture settlement ever excavated2017 Sprawozdania archeologiczne 69: 253-69 [insert i-iv, CD ROM]
  • Dmytro Kyosak
H6/KE [SPRAWOZDANIA-]0081-3834
Utilisation of cultivated and wild plants in the economy of the Linear Pottery culture on the upper Vistula basin2017 Sprawozdania archeologiczne 69: 271-95 [insert i-iv, CD ROM]
  • Agnieszka Czekaj-Zastawny
  • Anna Rauba-Bukowska
  • Maria Lityńska-Zając
H6/KE [SPRAWOZDANIA-]0081-3834
Organic admixtures in handmade pottery of the bearers of the Hatched ceramic culture (Strichkeramik- Kultur) of Belarus2017 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 1: 44-54
  • M.I. Loshenkov
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063English summary
Beyond the technological chain: neolithic potters in social networks2017 Archeologické rozhledy 69 (2): 163-71
  • Klára Neumannová
  • Louise Gomart
  • Petr Květina
  • Richard Thér
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267Czech summary
Variability in coiling technique in LBK pottery inferred by experiments and pore structure micro-tomography analysis2017 Archeologické rozhledy 69 (2): 172-86
  • Ivana Vostrovská
  • Jan Petřík
  • Jindřich Dvořák
  • Klára Neumannová
  • Tomáš Zikmund
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267Czech summary
The development of pottery technology in Eythra from the early Linear Pottery culture to the late Stroke Ornamented Pottery culture2017 Archeologické rozhledy 69 (2): 187-208
  • Isabel Hohle
  • Oliver Mecking
  • Sabine Wolfram
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267Czech summary
From potters' hands to settlement dynamics in the early neolithic site of Cuiry-lès-Chaudardes (Picardy, France)2017 Archeologické rozhledy 69 (2): 209-26
  • Louise Gomart
  • Michael Ilett
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267Czech summary
The selection of ceramic raw material: convenience or a technological idea? A case study of the Danubian culture north of the Carpathians2017 Archeologické rozhledy 69 (2): 261-80
  • Anna Rauba-Bukowska
  • Sławomir Kadrow
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267Czech summary
Anthropomorphic sculptures of the Linear Pottery culture from Koniecmosty 2 site, Wiślica community, Busko district, Świętokrzyskie voivodeship2017 Archeologia polski 62: 65-77
  • Zuzanna Różańska-Tuta
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGIA-]0003-8180English summary
Zur Bandkeramik zwischen Pruth und Südlichem Bug2016 Praehistorische Zeitschrift 91 (1): 1-15
  • Dmytro Kiosak
  • Maciej Dębiec
  • Martin Posselt
  • Stanislav Ţerna
  • Thomas Saile
H6/KE [PRAEHISTORISCHE-]0079-4848French and English summaries
Cattle, consumption and causewayed enclosures (response to Parmenter, Johnson and Outram)2016 World archaeology 48 (5): 729-44
  • Julian Thomas
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243see 'Inventing the neolithic? Putting evidence-based interpretation back into the study of faunal remains from causewayed enclosures' by P Parmenter et al. in Wld Archaeol 2015 (47):5, 819-33
Anthropology of the neolithic population from Nitra-Horné Krškany (Slovakia)2016 Anthropologie (Brno) 54 (3): 231-84
  • Zdeněk Tvrdý
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0323-1119
Flint stone materials from the neolithic and the bronze epoch from the site 5, 5a, 5b in Krakow-Nowa Huta-Wyciąże (research in the years 1988-1997)2016 Materiały archeologiczne (Cracow) 41: 115-59
  • Agnieszka Brzeska-Pasek
H6/KE [MATERIALY-]0075-7039English summary
The analysis of the Linear Pottery settlement in the polycultural fortified site in Hluboké Mašůvky from excavation season 20032016 Acta Musei Moraviae: scientiae sociales 101 (2): 115-36
  • Alena Humpolová
  • Alžběta Čerevková
  • Zdeněk Hájek
H6/KE [ACTA-]0323-0570English summary
Roundel ditch infill at Těšetice-Kyjovice in the light of artefacts and malacofauna from soil samples2016 Acta Musei Moraviae: scientiae sociales 101 (2): 137-55
  • David Válek
  • Jarmila Bíšková
  • Martin Kuča
H6/KE [ACTA-]0323-0570English summary
Two round Spondylus valves from the Bandkeramik settlement of Rovantsi in Volyn'. A contribution to exchange and status in the early neolithic2016 Sprawozdania archeologiczne 68: 183-92, [plates i-ii]
  • Andriĭ Bardets'kyĭ
  • Maciej Dębiec
  • Thomas Saile
H6/KE [SPRAWOZDANIA-]0081-3834English summary
The beginnings of the neolithic in eastern Pomerania: a Linear Pottery culture settlement at site 13, Kościelna Jania, Smętowo Graniczne commune2016 Sprawozdania archeologiczne 68: 193-222, [plates i-ii]
  • Joanna Pyzel
  • Lech Czerniak
  • Marcin Wąs
H6/KE [SPRAWOZDANIA-]0081-3834
Bavarian Jurassic chert of the Franconian Jura in the Bohemian neolithic and eneolithic2016 Archeologické rozhledy 68 (1): 91-108
  • Pavel Burgert
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267English summary
Mineralogical and petrographic characteristic of basic types of Turonian flints from the north-eastern margin of the Holy Cross Mountains: a preliminary report2016 Archaeologia polona 54: 83-97
  • Marcin Szeliga
  • Miłosz Huber
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIA-]0066-5924in special issue 'Investigating geochemical and petrographic methods for identifying siliceous rocks in archaeology'
The use of erratic stone by the communities of the Linear Pottery culture: a view from the excavations in Kostomłoty, site 27, province of Lower Silesia2016 Archaeologia polona 54: 181-200
  • Mirosław Furmanek
  • Mirosław Masojć
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIA-]0066-5924in special issue 'Investigating geochemical and petrographic methods for identifying siliceous rocks in archaeology'
Inventing the neolithic? Putting evidence-based interpretation back into the study of faunal remains from causewayed enclosures2015 World archaeology 47 (5): 819-33
  • Alan K. Outram
  • Emily V. Johnson
  • Pip C.R. Parmenter
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Debates in World Archaeology'
Household integration in neolithic villages: a new model for the Linear Pottery culture in west-central Europe2015 Journal of anthropological archaeology 40: 230-49
  • Caroline Hamon
  • François Giligny
  • Lamys Hachem
  • Louise Gomart
  • Michael Ilett
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
The easternmost Early-Bandkeramik settlements2015 Praehistorische Zeitschrift 90 (1-2): 1-19
  • Maciej Dębiec
  • Thomas Saile
H6/KE [PRAEHISTORISCHE-]0079-4848French, English, Polish and Ukrainian summaries
Foraging for farmers? An evolutionary perspective on the process of neolithisation in NW Europe - A case study from the Low Countries2015 Praehistorische Zeitschrift 90 (1-2): 20-44
  • Gerrit L. Dusseldorp
  • Luc W. S. W. Amkreutz
H6/KE [PRAEHISTORISCHE-]0079-4848German, French and English summaries
What is changing and when - post Linear Pottery culture life in Central Europe2015 Anthropologie (Brno) 53 (3): 333-9
  • Harald Stäuble
  • Ivan Pavlů
  • Jaroslav Řídký
  • Petr Květina
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0323-1119in special issue 'The 19th EAA annual meeting in Pilsen: what is changing and when - post-LBK life in Central Europe and the life of lithic tools in the palaeolithic: identification and interpretation'
New ideas in old villages: interpreting the genesis of the Stroked Pottery culture2015 Anthropologie (Brno) 53 (3): 351-62
  • Thomas Link
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0323-1119in special issue 'The 19th EAA annual meeting in Pilsen: what is changing and when - post-LBK life in Central Europe and the life of lithic tools in the palaeolithic: identification and interpretation'
Lithic exchange systems during the LBK-post-LBK transition: dramatic change or continuous development? A case study from northwestern Bavaria2015 Anthropologie (Brno) 53 (3): 375-86
  • Silviane Scharl
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0323-1119in special issue 'The 19th EAA annual meeting in Pilsen: what is changing and when - post-LBK life in Central Europe and the life of lithic tools in the palaeolithic: identification and interpretation'
450 post LBK years in southern Bavaria2015 Anthropologie (Brno) 53 (3): 387-98
  • Karin Riedhammer
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0323-1119in special issue 'The 19th EAA annual meeting in Pilsen: what is changing and when - post-LBK life in Central Europe and the life of lithic tools in the palaeolithic: identification and interpretation'
Socio-historical background of cultural changes in south-western Hungary as reflected by archaeological data during post-LBK times2015 Anthropologie (Brno) 53 (3): 399-412
  • Judit P. Barna
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0323-1119in special issue 'The 19th EAA annual meeting in Pilsen: what is changing and when - post-LBK life in Central Europe and the life of lithic tools in the palaeolithic: identification and interpretation'