AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PREHISTORIC RESEARCH BULLETINS
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Mecklenburg Collection, Part I: Data on Iron Age Horses of Central and Eastern Europe and Human Skeletal Material from Slovenia

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$25.00 • £20.95 • €22.50

ISBN 9780873655262

Publication Date: 12/01/2004

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116 pages

1 map, 24 halftones, 13 tables

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  • Introduction [Hugh Hencken]
  • Geographical Names in Slovenia with Alternate Forms
  • Map
  • I. Data on Iron Age Horses of Central and Eastern Europe [Sándor Bökönyi]
    • Foreword
    • 1. History of the Research of the Origin and Classification of Domestic Horses
    • 2. European Domestic Horses of the Prehistoric Age
    • 3. The Material Elaborated in the Present Work
      • [Bone Material Published Here for the First Time]
      • Magdalenska gora
      • Sticna, the cemetery at Sentvid
      • Brezje
      • Tápiószele
      • Szentes-Vekerzug
      • Velemszentvid
    • 4. Discussion of the Data of Measurements
    • 5. Discussion of Results
    • 6. Pathological Lesions
    • Summary
    • Measurements
    • Bibliography
  • II. Human Skeletal Material from Slovenia [J. L. Angel]
    • Introduction
    • Description
      • Type A
      • Type B
      • Type D
      • Type F
      • Type E
      • Type C
    • Comparison
    • Discussion
    • Conclusions
    • Tables
    • Bibliography

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