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Burial was by cremation, inhumations are rare. Graves containing moulds, like at Bataune, Saxony or tuyeres attest the production of bronze tools and ... moreweapons at village level. History of research 'Lausitz-type' burials were first described by the German doctor and archaeologist Rudolf Virchow (1821-1902).
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Location: Alexandria, United States
They have a distinct language, culture, and history that sets them apart from the surrounding Germanic populations. Expanding land and economic opportunities ... moreenticed many to start new Wendish communities and churches throughout Texas and gradually throughout the United States.
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Location: Gengenbach, Germany
Petersburg, Naklad Autora, 1861. XV, 350 pp., 2 folded maps. Contemporary half leather binding, titled spine. Language: CzechOrder number: 149072Remarks: ... more*Original edition 1861 in Polish language. - In overall clean and good condition. - Contains a description of the history of Serbo-Lausitz in Polish.Keywords: Lusatian Sorbs Lusatian Serbs Lower Lusatia Spreewald Poland.
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3300Y.O: PERFECT C EUROPEAN BRONZE AGE POTTERY DECORATED! LAUSITZ LUSATIAN C
EUROPEAN BRONZE AGE ARTIFACTS BY PALATINA AUTHENTICITY GUARANTEED Description from the famous Lausitz( Lusatian) culture(1300-500 BC) Perfect or almost perfect conditioned Middle European pottery is extremely hard to find. This is really a very special offer! The Lusatian culture is one of the most important European cultures and existed in the later Bronze Age and early Iron Age in Germany. Most of Poland, parts of Czech Republic and Slovakia(in older articles described also as Czechoslovakia) and parts of Ukraine. It covers the Periods Montelius III(early Lusatian culture) to V of the Northern-European chronological scheme. The Lusatian culture developed from the Proto-Lusatian culture and the Trciniec-culture under some influence of the middle bronze Age Tumulus bronze Age( Hügelgräberkultur) It is contemporaneous with the Urnfield ... moreculture( Urnenfelder) that is found from eastern France via southern Germany and Austria to Hungary and the Nordic Bronze Age in northwestern Germany and Scandinavia. It is followed by the early Iron Age Billendorf culture in the West. In Poland. The Lusatian culture is taken to span part of the Iron Age as well(the is only a terminological difference) and is succeeded by the Pommeranian culture. Burial was by cremation, inhumations are rare. The urn is usually accompanied by numerous, up to 40 secondary vessels. Metal grave gifts are sparse, but there are numerous hoards(e.g. Kopaniewo, Pomerania) that contain rich metalwork, both bronze and gold(hoard of Eberswalde, Brandenburg) Graves containing moulds, like at Bataune, Saxony or tuyeres attest the production of bronze tools and weapons at village level. The'royal' tomb of Seddin, Brandenburg, Germany, covered by a large earthen barrow contained Mediterranean imports like bronze-vessels and glass beads. Cemeteries can be quite large and contain thousands of graves. Well known settlements include Biskupin in Poland and Buch near Berlin. There are both open villages and fortified settlements on hilltops or in sw