TITLE

Keramicé poklice z oppida Stradonice

AUTHOR(S)
Valentová, Jarmila
PUB. DATE
December 2011
SOURCE
Journal of the National Museum, History Series;2011, Vol. 180 Issue 3/4, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Large collection of ceramic lids (120 pieces) from the Celtic oppidum Stradonice preserved in the National Museum possibilitates their first typological and chronological analysis. Besides the preponderant domestic production singular pieces were probably made outside Bohemia. The preponderant part of the lids was made only after the middle of the first century B.C.
ACCESSION #
76109517

 

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