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Raw materials of the Neolithic/Aeneolithic polished stone artefacts: their migration paths in Europe. Its structures and goals

IGCP/UNESCO No. 442 Project

Ed.: Brno Moravian Museum

2000. 174 pages, 85 figures, 15 tables, 17x24cm, 400 g
Language: English

(Krystalinikum, Volume 26)

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Interdisciplinary IGCP/UNESCO No. 442 Project: "Raw materials of the
Neolithic/Aeneolithic polished stone artefacts: their migration paths in
Europe" Its structure and goals.
D. Hovorka
project leader
C D'AMICO, E. STARNINI
Eclogites, jades and other HP metaophiolites of the Neolithic polished stone
tools from Northern Italy
9-20
K. T. BIRO, G. SZAKMANY
Current state of research on Hungarian Neolithic polished stone artefacts
21-37
M. BURIC
Finds of Nephrite and Jade Axes on the Territory of Croatia
39-43
G. COONEY, S. MANDAL
The Irish Stone Axe Project: Sources for Stone Axes in Ireland
45-55
S. DOMINGUEZ-BELLA, M. PEREZ, D. MORATA
Mineralogical and petrological charactcrization of polished lithic material
from la Vina-Cantarranas Ncolithic/Aeneolithic site (Puerto Santa Maria,
Cadiz, Spain)
57-65
E. M. FOLTYN, E. FOLTYN, L. JOCHEMCZYK, J. SKOCZYLAS
Basalte und Nephrite im Neolithikum Mittel-Westpolens und der
oberschlesischen Region
67-81
D. HOVORKA, L. ILLASOVA
What do we know about abiotic raw materials used by the Neolithic/Aencolithic
populations on the territory of nowadays Slovakia?
83-1 10
A. MAJEROWICZ, A. WOJCIK, P. GUNIA, P. CHOLEWA
Comparativc study of serpentinite textures and rock material of Neolithic
artefacts from Lower Silensia (SW Poland)
111-117
A. PRICHYSTAL
Stone raw materials of Neolithic/Aeneolithic polished artcCacts in the
Czech Republic: the present statc of knowledge
119-136
B. SREINOVA, M. LICKA, V. SREIN, M. STASTNY
Mincralogy and petrology of some artefacts from Kosor near Prague
137-143
B. VOYTEK
Ground stone tools and the study of technological organisation: examples from
the Neolithic of Yugoslavia
145-150
S. SISKA
Exceptional stone artefacts or their assemblages from the Neolithic and
Acneolithic in Eastern Slovakia
(5th-3rd millenia BC)
151-155
J. SKOCZYLAS, L. JOCHEMCZYK, E. FOLTYN, E. FOLTYN
Neolithic serpentinite tools of west-central Poland and Upper Silesia
157-166
P. GUNIA
Nephrite from South-Western Poland as potential raw material of the
European Neolithic artefacts
167-171
Instruction for authors
173-174