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period to the Early Bronze Age in the Black Sea steppe: what is the Pit Grave Culture (late fourth to mid-third millenium BC)? In: V. Heyd, G. Kulcsár, V. Szeverényi (Eds) Transition to the Bronze Age. Interregional interaction and socio-cultural change in the third millenium BC. Carpathian Basin and neighbouring regions, 113- -138. Budapest. 2013b Pokhovannia kvitianskoyi kultury v konteksti absolutnoyi khronolohii. Arkheolohiya 4/2013: 17-41. Rassamakin Y.Y a., Nikolova A. 2008 Carpathian imports and imitations in context of the Eneolithic and Early Bronze Age of the

in Eurasia, 49-73. Cambridge. 2004 Die nordpontische Steppe in der Kupferzeit (Gräber aus der Mitte des 5. Jt.-Ende des 4. Jt. v. Chr.). Archäologie in Eurasien 17. Mainz am Rhein. 2011 Eneolithic Burial Mounds in the Black Sea Steppe: From the First Burial Symbols to Monumental Ritual Architecture. In: E. Borgna, S. Muller- Celka (Eds) Ancestral Landscapes: Burial mounds in the Copper and Bronze Ages, 293-306. Lyon. 2013 From the Late Eneolithic Period to the Early Bronze Age in the Black Sea Steppe: What is the Pit Grave Culture (Late Fourth to Mid

1984-2010. Archaeologia Bimaris - Monografie 6, 275-279. Poznań. Bratchenko S.N. 2001 Donetska katakombna kultura rannioho etapu, vol. 1. Luhansk. 2003 R adiocarbon chronology of the Early Bronze Age of the middle Don. Svatove, Luhansk Region. In: A. Kośko (Ed.), The Foundation of Radiocarbon Chronology of Cultures Between the Vistula and Dnieper: 4000- -1000 BC, Baltic-Pontic-Studies 12, 185-208. Bubulich V., Khakheu V. 2001 I ssledovaniya kurganov v Kamenskom rayone na levoberezhe Srednego Dnestra. In: N.A. Ketraru (Ed.), Severnoe Prichernomore ot eneolita k

skull penetration. Even though the bones went through an advanced healing process, the wound had remained open. The nature of the injury indicates that the wound was surgically treated and loose bone fragments were removed. The injury had not been fatal and the individual lived for some time after. The discovered grave is unique not only for its unusual and highly accurately datable grave goods, but above all for standing as proof of the considerable medical knowledge of the people from the Únětice culture. Keywords: Czech Republic – Early Bronze Age – skeleton grave

. 1995. Biological status analysis of the Neolithic and early Bronze Age populations from WyżynaMałopolska. In: J Schmager, editor. Prace Zakładu Antropologii Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Kaków: Wydawnictwo UJ. 115-39. Gleń-Haduch E, Szostek K, Głąb H. 1997. ribra orbitalia and trace element content in human teeth from Neolithic and Early Bronze Age graves in southern Poland. m J Phys Anthropol 103:201-07. Goodman AH, Armelagos GJ, Rose JC. 1984. he chronological distribution of enamel hypoplasia from prehistoric Dickson Mounds populations. Am J Phys Anthropol 65

References Bratchenko S.N. 2001 Donetska katakombna kultura rannioho etapu. Luhansk. 2003 R adiocarbon chronology of the Early Bronze Age of the middle Don. Svatove, Luhansk Region. In: A. Kośko (Ed.), The Foundation of Radiocarbon Chronology of Cultures Between the Vistula and Dnieper: 4000- -1000 BC. Baltic-Pontic-Studies 12: 185-208. Brock F., Higham T., Ditchfield P., Bronk Ramsey C. 2010 Current pretreatment methods for AMS radiocarbon dating at the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit (ORAU). Radiocarbon 51: 337-360. Brock F., Wood R., Higham T., Ditchfield

. Mainz. 2013 From the Late Eneolithic period to the Early Bronze Age in the Black Sea steppe: what is the Pit Grave Culture (late fourth to mid-third millenium BC)? In: V. Heyd, G. Kulcsar, V. Szeverenyi (Eds), Transition to the Bronze Age. Interregional interaction and socio-cultural change in the third millenium BC. Carpathian Basin and neighbouring regions, 113-138. Budapest. Rassamakin Y.Y., Evdokimov G.L. 2002 Novyi eneoliticheskiy mogilnik na r. Ingulets y problema vydelenyia “poststogovskikh” pogrebeniy. Arkheologicheskiy almanakh 10: 71-86. Razumow S., Kośko A

- zachodnią rubieżą osadnictwa społeczności kręgu kultur „wczesnobrązowych” strefy pontyjskiej. Badania z lat 1984-2010. Archaeologia Bimaris - Monografie 6, 35-39. Poznań. Rassamakin Y.Y. 1994 The Main Directions of the Development of Early Pastoral Societies of the Northern Pontic Zone: 4500-2450 BC (Pre-Yamnaya Cultures and Yamnaya Culture). In: A. Kośko (Ed.) Nomadism and Pastoralism in the Circle of Baltic-Pontic Early Agrarian Cultures: 5000-1650 BC. Baltic-Pontic Studies 2: 29-70. 2013 From the Late Eneolithic period to the Early Bronze Age in the Black Sea steppe

kurhanowych społeczności z III i z pierwszej połowy II tysiąclecia BC w okolicach Jampola, obwód winnicki. Z badań nad północno- zachodnią rubieżą osadnictwa społeczności kręgu kultur „wczesnobrązowych” strefy pontyjskiej. Badania z lat 1984-2014. Archaeologia Bimaris - Monografie 6, 35-39. Poznań. Rassamakin Y.Y. 2004 Die nordpontische Steppe in der Kupferzeit Gräber aus der Mitte des 5. Jts. bis Ende des 4. Jts. v. Chr. Archäologie in Eurasien 17, Mainz. 2013 From the Late Eneolithic period to the Early Bronze Age in the Black Sea steppe: what is the Pit Grave Culture

Odrodzenia. Warszawa. Van der Merwe N.J., Vogel J.C. 1978 13C content of human collagen as a measure of prehistoric diet in late woodland North America. Nature 276: 815-816. Videiko M., Petrenko V.H. 2003 R adiocarbon Chronology of Complexes of the Eneolithic - Early Bronze Age in the Northern Pontic Region. A Preliminary Report. Baltic-Pontic Studies 12: 113-120. Zhang J., Lu H., Jia P.W., Flad R., Wu N., Betts A. 2017 Cultivation strategies at the ancient Luanzagangzi settlement on the easternmost Eurasian steppe during the late Bronze Age. Vegetation History and