I. Palaguta
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Tripolye culture during the beginning of the middle period (BI) : the relative chronology and local grouping of sites
I. Palaguta
Geography
2007
This study produces a chronology and examines the regional distribution of the highly decorative Cucuteni pottery in the area between the Carpathians and the Dneiper. It focuses on the spread of the… Expand
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Prehistoric ornamentation: possible directions in research and aspects for interpretation as suggested by analysis of Tripolye-Cucuteni pottery
I. Palaguta
Art
2016
1 Citation
“Group Portrait” of the Early Agricultural Era: A Set of Figurines of Vinča Culture from Stubline (Serbia) in the Context of the European Neolithic and Copper Age Societies
I. Palaguta
History
11 December 2018
One of the most fruitful trends in contemporary Art History is the social history of art. Interpretation of artworks of preliterate cultures is possible by revealing the interrelationships between a… Expand
Studies of Ornament: Main Trends and Prospects
I. Palaguta
2020
The analysis of the ornament is the key issue in the studies of the applied decorative art. Nevertheless, the principal points pertaining to the nature of ornament, its expressivity, semantics,… Expand
Principles and Methods of Dating in Archaeology (Neolithic — Middle Ages)
M. Kashuba, E. Kaiser, +12 authors Leibniz-Institut fur Geschichte und Kultur des ostlichen Europa
History
2018
Philosophical concepts of time inevitably impact on archaeology in two ways: through the mentality of each epoch under study and through the methodology of the researcher’s epoch. Usually bipolarity… Expand
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A House Model from Popudnya, Cucuteni-Tripolye Culture, Ukraine: A New Interpretation
I. Palaguta, E. Starkova
Geography
3 April 2017
In 1911, during the excavation of a Cucuteni-Tripolye settlement near Popudnya, now Cherkasy Region, Ukraine, the Polish archaeologist Marian Himner discovered a unique house model reproducing the… Expand
A House Model from Popudnya, Cucuteni-Tripolye Culture, Ukraine: A New Interpretation
I. Palaguta, E. Starkova
History
2017
Imagery and Written Sources of Classical Antiquity and the Problem of Interpretation of Prehistoric European Art
I. Palaguta
History
2015
European cultures of the Neolithic and Copper Age dating back to the 7th–3rd millennia BC present a huge array of art objects, first of all of various forms of small clay sculpture (figurines,… Expand
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