Info Personal ornaments and belt fittings dating to the early Roman Berlin dating culture found in the area of the Dollkeim-Kovrovo Culture completed — filed under: The aim is to prepare a PhD thesis concerning personal ornaments and belt berlin dating culture dating to the early Roman Period 1st—2nd cent.
AD found in the area of the Dollkeim-Kovrovo Culture, i. Analysed finds are numerous, due to the existence of the ancient so-called Amber Route.
Amber was a luxury good in the Roman Empire and rich and easy to explore deposits of amber were located on Samland. That is the reason why berlin berlin dating culture culture Dollkeim-Kovrovo Culture exchanged it for other goods, e.
Thanks to these trade and cultural connections, ornaments and belt fittings dating to the early Roman Period discovered in Samland are diverse.
The most common were: Most of the finds analyzed in the project have been not published yet. During the WWII this collection was torn apart and badly damaged. Unfortunately a lot of finds lost their original inventory cards, so the place of their discovery is currently unknown.
Fortunately, find spots can be determined through archival research. Archives analyzed in the project are scattered all over Europe.
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The most important are located in: Working with all those files is very important, because information found in each of them is complementary. His archive consists of several hundred papers with detailed descriptions of finds and their quite precise drawings Fig. Thanks to the information collected by Jankuhn nowadays it is easy to determine places berlin dating culture finds berlin dating culture lost their original inventory cards were originally discovered Fig.
The main aim of the project is to elaborate the chronological system of the early Roman Period of the Dollkeim-Kovrovo Culture, which berlin dating culture be used then to revise other chronological systems of the Baltic basin. Moreover cultural connections between Samland and other territories will be described.
Finally it will be discussed whether the Dollkeim-Kovrovo Culture was homogeneous or whether it was a collection of several different cultural units.