Neolithic Settlements in Central Europe : Data from the Project ‘Lifestyle as an Unintentional Identity in the Neolithic’

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Year of publication 2021
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Journal of Open Archaeology Data
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Faculty of Arts

Keywords Neolithic; Central Europe; settlement analysis; lithic raw materials; relative chronology
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Description This dataset comprises the core spatial and temporal structure of the ‘Lifestyle as an Unintentional Identity in the Neolithic’ project. The data consist of spatial and chronological information on 2,154 Neolithic settlement sites from c. 4900 to 3300 BCE in two separate regions, the eastern part of Bohemia (Czech Republic) and the Morava River basin (Czech Republic, parts of Austria and Slovakia). To gather as much data as possible, all available sources including ublished works, find and excavation reports in archives, museum collections and unpublished records and both existing and legacy databases were examined. The dataset is deposited at the Zenodo data repository with an open access license. There is a reuse potential in aggregating the data with data from different regions and/or time periods for various spatial and temporal analyses.
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