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STUDIE  A  MATERIÁLY

Václav MATOUŠEK, Ivana SÝKOROVÁ
Society and culture in the light of archaeology. A contribution to discussions on the objectives, resources and methods of archaeological excavation.  /746-771/

Kateřina TOMKOVÁ
From archaeology to history and back again.  /772-777/

Ivan PAVLŮ
The house in the neolithic and its significance for prehistoric archaeology.  /778-783/

Tomáš DURDÍK
Czech castellology in a European context.  /784-789/

Michal LUTOVSKÝ
Twenty jars of mead and irreligious pastimes. An alternative look at burial.  /790-800/

Marie ZÁPOTOCKÁ
Burial rites of the Czech neolithic. The state of finds and possible interpretations.  /801-821/

Michal KOSTKA, Miroslava ŠMOLÍKOVÁ
Archaeological excavations in the cemetery at the church os st Clement in Prague – Bubny. On 19th century burial rites.  /822-836/

Slavomil VENCL, Jiří MOTYL
Late paleolithic chipped industry from Praha 10 – Malešice.  /837-842/

Milan JANČO
A white coin find from Prague 7 – Bubeneč.  /843-844/

 

INTERDISCIPLINARY  COOPERATION

Jaromír BENEŠ, Jan KAŠTOVSKÝ
The use of diatom analysis (Bacillarioohyceae) in archaeology.  /845-850/

Jaromír BENEŠ, Jan KAŠTOVSKÝ, Antonín MAJER
A late mediaeval adit in Vimperk, Czech republic. Archaeological and diatomic analysis.  /851-861/