• Die zoomorphen Abbilder des Neolithikums und der Bronzezeit in Skandinavien

    Author(s):
    Julia Mattes (see profile)
    Date:
    2020
    Subject(s):
    Animals, Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Neolithic, Religion, Sculpture
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    huntergatherer, preyanimals, Zoomorphism
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/b0v9-7850
    Abstract:
    The zoomorphic artefacts of North – and Northeast Europe, mainly belonging to the Pitted Ware culture and the Pit-Comb Ware culture are rearly dealt with in research. This is probably due to their heterogenic nature - there are figurines and sculptures made of different materials, rock carvings and other objects - and their difficult interpretation. This paper aims to give a concise survey on the subject matter with a geographic emphasis on the Swedish finds. Keywords: Mesolithic, neolithic, art, stone age art, figurines, zoomorphic, anthropomorphic, ritual, hunter and gatherer, miniature, animals, Pitted Ware culture, Pit-Comb Ware, Comb Ceramic culture, rock carvings, Scandinavia, Sweden Eastern Europe.
    Notes:
    Keywords: Mesolithic, neolithic, art, stone age art, figurines, zoomorphic, anthropomorphic, ritual, hunter and gatherer, miniature, animals, Pitted Ware culture, Pit-Comb Ware, Comb Ceramic culture, rock carvings, Scandinavia, Sweden Eastern Europe.
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