Krátké pojednání o ženském oděvu pozdní fáze doby stěhování národů. Úvahy k funkci párových spon na přkladě nálezu z žensk ho hrobu ze Zvoleněvsi u Slaného

Urbanová, Kristýna
December 2011
Journal of the National Museum, History Series;2011, Vol. 180 Issue 3/4, p38
Academic Journal
The grave finds represent an important archaeological source to our knowledge of the development of costume. This is due to the fact that the costume consisted also from decorative and functional parts, namely brooches, needles, buckles and other, commonly found in the graves of the Late Phase of the Migration Period. However, what was properly functional and what was decorative? Were these two aspects strictly separated, or did they blend together? What we can deduce from the costume components on the funerary costume as such? The author of the article aims to answer these questions in various ways, on the example of the finding of the female grave no. I from the cemetery in Zvoleněves.


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