Transformations in east-central Europe from 6000 to 3000 BC : local vs. foreign patterns
Nowak, Marek (Author)

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In the sixth, fifth and fourth millennium BC, in the basins of the Vistula andthe Oder, extremely complex economic, social and ideological transformations took place. They consisted in the emergence and expansion of new systems of circulating information ('communicative communities'). The majority of these were connected with the Neolithic. The process involved a constant clash between foreign and local patterns. The latter, over time, prevailed. Hence the ultimate dominance of Neolithic communicative communities in the eastern part of Central Europe around the middle of the fourth millennium was essentially a local development. Nonetheless, a considerable portion of the territory continued to remain outside their influence. Therefore, throughout the three millennia, Mesolithic communicative communities not only gradually merged with or evolved into Neolithic ones. They also embraced such transformations, mainly concerning thematerial culture and ideology, which were completely independent from the advances of the Neolithic, or could have been competitive in relation to them.

Keywords:east-central Europe, late mesolithic, neolithic, neolithisation, foreign and local patterns
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Publisher:Oddelek za arheologijo Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani
Number of pages:str. 143-158
ISSN on article:1408-967X
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Title:Documenta Praehistorica
Shortened title:Doc. Praehistor.
Publisher:Oddelek za arheologijo Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani
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Secondary language

Title:local vs. foreign patterns
V šestem, petem in četrtem tisočletju BC so se ob Visli in Odri dogajale izjemno kompleksne ekonomske, socialne in ideološke spremembe. Vključevale so pojav in širjenje novih sistemov distribucije informacij ('skupnosti, ki komunicirajo'). Večina jih je bila povezanih z neolitikom. Proces je vključeval stalna nasprotja med tujimi in lokalnimi vzorci. Slednji so sčasoma prevladali. Zato je bila dokončna nadvlada neolitskih 'skupnosti, ki komunicirajo' v vzhodnem delu srednje Evrope okoli sredine četrtega tisočletja v bistvu lokalni razvoj. Vendar je ostal velik del omenjenega teritorija še naprej izven njihovega vpliva. Zato se mezolitske 'skupnosti, ki komunicirajo' skozi tri tisočletja niso le postopoma zlile z neolitskimi ali razvile v njih. Vključevale so tudi transformacije materialne kulture in ideologije, ki so bile popolnoma neodvisne od neolitskega napredka ali so mu bile celo konkurenčne.

Keywords:arheologija, vzhodno centralna Evropa, pozni mezolitik, neolitik, neolitizacija, tuji in lokalni vzori

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