Tracing symbols of life and symbols of death in Neolithic archaeological contexts
Kyparissi Apostolika, Nina (Author)

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Verjetno so od zgodnjega neolitika naprej nekateri predmeti služili osebnemu krašenju, čeprav so ohranili simbolni pomen. Izbrani tipi predmetov, so bili prepoznani kot nosilci socialnih in ideoloških informacij. Ta inventar je postal bogatejši v srednjem neolitiku, v poznem neolitiku ter ob koncu neolitika pa so začeli nekatere, če že ne vseh, sistematično izdelovati v komercialne namene. Izdelovali so jih v Grčiji, vendar so bili večinoma namenjeni za evropski trg, kjer so jih kot simbole socialnega statusa pogosto našli v grobovih.

Keywords:arheologija, Neolitik, Grčija, okraševanje, simbolika
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. 144133-
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

Since Early Neolithic several miscellaneous objects seem to have served for self decoration keeping though a symbolic meaning as they are found in certain repeated types which must have been recognisable and accepted by all as signifiers of social and ideological information. This inventory was enriched during the following Middle Neolithic, while in the Late and Final Neolithic they seem to be, at least some of them, if not all, the result of systematic production for commercial purpose as they were made in Greece but destined mainly for the markets of Europe, where they were found usually in graves as symbols of social and financial gradations, and in this sense they also funcioned symbolically as signifiers.

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