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remains. London: British Museum (Natural History). Brown, T. A., Nelson, D. E., Vogel, J. S. & Southon, J. R. (1988). Improved collagen extraction by modified Longin method. Radiocarbon, 30, 171-177. Burger, J., Kirchner, M., Bramanti, B., Haak, W. & Thomas, M. G. (2007). Absence of the lactase-persistence-associated allele in early Neolithic Europeans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104, 3736-3741. Carlie, A., Arcini, C., Druid, H. & Risberg, J. (2014). Archaeology, forensics and the death of a child in Late Neolithic Sweden. Antiquity 88, 1148

2008, Melbourne. Liège: Université de Liège. Aegeum 29, 2008, pp. 145-150. Lymperaki, M., Silva, T., Urem-Kotsou, D. (2015). Late Neolithic cooking pots. Paper presented at the Interim results workshop of the EXPLORE project (Exploitation of resources in the Neolithic Period in Northern Greece. Material culture and environment). March 2015. Maniatis, Y. (2002). Apotelesmata radiochronologisis deigmaton apo to Neolithiko oikismo Stavroupoli Thessalonikis. [Results of the radiocarbon samples from the Neolithic settlement of Stavroupoli Thessaloniki]. In D. Grammenos

Praehistorische Zeitschrift; 2015; 90(1–2): 185–213 Abhandlung Łukasz Pospieszny*, Iwona Sobkowiak-Tabaka, T. Douglas Price, Karin M. Frei, Iwona Hildebrandt-Radke, Hanna Kowalewska-Marszałek, Marta Krenz-Niedbała, Marta Osypińska, Mateusz Stróżyk, Małgorzata Winiarska-Kabacińska Remains of a late Neolithic barrow at Kruszyn. A glimpse of ritual and everyday life in early Corded Ware societies of the Polish Lowland DOI 10.1515/pz-2015-0009 Zusammenfassung: Das Grab aus Kruszyn, 2009 in Ku- jawien entdeckt, rechnet zu einer kleinen Regionalgruppe der

Praehistorische Zeitschrift 2019; 94(2): 351–378 Abhandlung Robert Hofmann*, Aleksandar Medović, Martin Furholt, Ildiko Medović, Tijana Stanković Pešterac, Stefan Dreibrodt, Sarah Martini, Antonia Hofmann Late Neolithic multicomponent sites of the Tisza region and the emergence of centripetal settlement layouts https://doi.org/10.1515/pz-2019-0003 Zusammenfassung: In der Theiß-Region an der nörd- lichen Peripherie der südosteuropäischen Tellkulturen be- obachten wir zwischen 5300 und 4450 v. u. Z. das Auftre- ten gro ßer bevölkerungsreicher Siedlungen, die

’Antica eta del Bronzo. Sicilia. Archeologica 33: 159-66. Molitor, M. (1988). Pots and Potters of Prehistoric Malta (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of California, Los Angeles. Mommsen, H., Bonanno, A., Bonavita, K.C., Kakoulli, I., Musumect, M., Sagona, C., Schwedt, A., Vella, N.C. and Zacharias, N. (2006). Characterization of Maltese Pottery of the Late Neolithic, Bronze Age and Punic Period by Neutron Activation Analysis. In M. Maggetti and B. Messiga (Eds.), Geomaterials in Cultural Heritage. (pp. 81-89). London: The Geological Society of London. Murray

References [1] Hegedűs K., Makkay J., Vésztő-Mágor: a settlement of the Tisza Culture. In: Tálas L., Raczky P. (Eds.), The Late Neolithic of the Tisza Region. Szolnok CountyMuseums, Budapest-Szolnok, 1987, 85-103 [2] Horváth F., Hódmezővásárhely-Gorzsa: a settlement of the Tisza Culture. In: Tálas L., Raczky P. (Eds.), The Late Neolithic of the Tisza Region. Szolnok CountyMuseums, Budapest-Szolnok, 1987, 31-46 [3] Horváth F., Gorzsa. Előzetes eredmények az újkőkori tell 1978 és 1996 közötti feltárásából (Gorzsa. Preliminary results of the excavation of the

• In several important senses, the transition from the fourth to the third millennium, and from the Early to the Late Neolithic, was one of continuity, the abiding characteristics including an economy based on progressive clear- ance of woodland and a reliance on herding livestock across much of mainland Britain; a more or less mobile lifestyle across the same range, with little evidence of permanent settlement; a technology centred on the use of stone and flint which made the bow its main weapon and the axe its main tool; and an appetite for the

Praehistorische Zeitschrift; 2018; 93(1): 48–88 Abhandlung Lisbeth Prøsch-Danielsen*, Christopher Prescott and Mads Kähler Holst Economic and social zones during the Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age in Jæren, Southwest Norway. Reconstructing large-scale land-use patterns https://doi.org/10.1515/pz-2018-0002 Zusammenfassung: Basierend auf einer Untersuchung der ökologischen und archäologischen Hinterlassenschaften für Jæren, Südwest-Norwegen, wird vorgeschlagen, dass der Übergang zu einer agrar-pastoralen Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft am Übergang vom mittleren

. Warszawa: Wydawnictwa UW. 127-40. Köhler K, Pálfi G, Molnár E, Zalai-Gaál I, Osztás A, Bánffy E, et al. 2012. A Late Neolithic case of Pott’s disease from Hungary. Int J Osteoarchaeol doi:10.1002/oa.2254. King T, Humphrey LT, Hillson S. 2005. Linear enamel hypoplasias as indicators of systemic physiological stress: evidence from two know age-at-death and sex populations from postmedieval London. Am J Phys Anthropol 128:547-59. Krenz-Niedbała M. 1999. Morphological response to living conditions in the populations of Corded Ware Culture and Lengyel Culture. In: D

Praehistorische Zeitschrift 2020; 95(1): 305–309 Erratum Robert Hofmann*, Aleksandar Medović, Martin Furholt, Ildiko Medović, Tijana Stanković Pešterac, Stefan Dreibrodt, Sarah Martini, Antonia Hofmann Late Neolithic multicomponent sites of the Tisza region and the emergence of centripetal settlement layouts https://doi.org/10.1515/pz-2020-3025 Erratum to R. Hofmann, A. Medović, M. Furholt, I. Medović, T. Stanković-Pešterac, S. Dreibrodt, S. Martini, A. Hofmann, Late Neolithic multicomponent sites of the Tisa region and the emergence of centripetal