El campaniforme en la Meseta central de la península ibérica (c. 2500-2000 AC.)

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Archaeopress, 2000 - Social Science - 347 pages
A study of the Beaker phenomenon in the Central Meseta of the Iberian peninsula based on the author's doctoral thesis. Following an introduction to the history of investigation into the Beaker period, Garrido-Pena looks at the sites and their characteristics, tomb types, human remains, grave goods and funerary ritual. The largest section focuses on the nature of the ceramics, the different forms, styles and decoration, the metal artefacts and other objects such as v-perforated buttons and archer's wristguards. Includes a final synthesis of the evidence from the late Neolithic through to the end of the Beaker period.

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Contents

LOS CONTEXTOS ARQUEOLÓGICOS
39
LOS ELEMENTOS CAMPANIFORMES
80
B Metal
168
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