Zlomek kolkované keramiky z Kanína (Okr. Nymburk). Esej o raně laténském stylu

Translated title of the contribution: The stamped sherd from Kanín (Central Bohemia): A further essay on early La Tène art style

John Megaw, Madeline Megaw

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    Abstract

    The discovery was made in 2005 in an early La Tène settlement of a stamped body sherd, apparently from an early La Tène Linsenflasche. The zoomorphic decoration is regarded as being most closely related to material generally from the south and west which certainly may well have included the 'situla art' of Este and neighbouring regions. General parallels in nomadic art are dismissed and the paper closes with some speculative observations on the significance of the horse in Celtic belief systems.

    Translated title of the contributionThe stamped sherd from Kanín (Central Bohemia): A further essay on early La Tène art style
    Original languageCzech
    Pages (from-to)311-325
    Number of pages15
    JournalArcheologicke Rozhledy
    Volume62
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 9 Nov 2010

    Keywords

    • Art
    • Bohemia
    • Horse
    • La Tène period
    • Stamped pottery

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