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STUDIES  AND  MATERIALS

Vladimír SALAČ
Ceramics as an archaeological source.  /7-15/

Ivan PAVLŮ
The beginnings of ceramics.  /16-19/

Jan RULF
On the decoration of czech neolithic ceramics.  /20-34/

Vítězslav ŠTAJNOCHR
Two ethnoiconographic excursions into modern ceramics and ceramics in archaeology.  /35-42, 95-105/

Vladimír SALAČ
A standard set of La T ne settlement pottery.  /43-76/

Evžen NEUSTUPNÝ
Variability of La T ne culture pottery.  /77-94/

Vladimír HANYKÝŘ – Eva TICOVÁ – Vladimír SALAČ
Chemical-technological research of La T ne pottery from north Bohemia.  /106-115/

Petr MEDUNA
On ceramics.  /116-122/

Pavel VAŘEKA
The erratic character of ceramic production in the high and later middle ages in Bohemia.  /123-137/

Jan KLÁPŠTĚ
The beginnings of later mediaeval ceramics in Bohemia as a cultural-historical problem.  /138-158/

Dagmar DRESLEROVÁ
Pottery as an indicator of landscape changes.  /159-169/

Jaromír BENEŠ
Ceramics, ploughzone and relief. Field research into settlement activity near the village of Kozly (nw Bohemia).  /170-191/

Martin KUNA
Ceramics, surface survey and the continuity of prehistoric landscapes.  /192-223/

Václav MATOUŠEK – Vladimír PEŠA
Finds of pottery in caves of central Europe. Some comments inspired by finds in caves of the Bohemian Karst.  /224-242/

Gertrúda BŘEZINOVÁ – Ludmila ILLÁŠOVÁ
Description of types of clay used for pottery set from La T ne settlement at Nitra, location Šindolka.  /243-254/

 

INTERDISCIPLINARY  COOPERATION

Miloš KLÍMA
The positives and negatives of plasmachemical conservation methods for applying in the archaeology and museums.  /255-272/

Ivan DOLEŽAL
The documentation of geological and archaeological features using the lacquer film method.  /273-277/

Radomír PLEINER ed.
Comité pour la sidérurgie ancienne de l’UISPP.  /278-290/

 

CURRENT  AFFAIRS

Evžen NEUSTUPNÝ
Some thoughts on Japanese archaeology.  /313-317/