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Archaeologia Baltica, Vol. 17People at the Crossroads of Space and Time
(Footmarks of Societies in Ancient Europe), I
(Archaeologia Baltica, Vol. 17)

Klaipėda: Klaipėda University Press, 2012. – 176 [+8] p.

ISSN 1392-5520


Preface
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I. PEOPLE AT THE CROSSROADS OF SPACE AND TIME: NEW PROJECTS IN THE BALTIC REGION

Claus von Carnap-Bornheim, Matthias Wemhoff, Heidemarie Eilbracht, Jaroslaw Prassolow, Timo Ibsen
Continuity of Research and Research of Continuity: Basic Research on Settlement Archaeology of the Iron Age in the Baltic Region. A New Long-Term Research Project by the Academy of Science and Literature in Schleswig and Berlin
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Gintautas Zabiela
The International Archaeologists’ Workshop in Apuolė
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Ingrīda Līga Virse, Ritvars Ritums
The Grobiņa Complex of Dwelling Locations and Burial Sites, and Related Questions
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II. RESOURCES OF THE COMMUNITIES OF THE BALTIC REGION

Mirja Ots
The Significance of Deposits of Natural Amber in Estonia in the Context of Early Metal Age Society
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Bartosz Kontny
Trade, Salt and Amber. The Formation of Late Migration Period Elites in the ‘Balti-Culti’ Area of Northern Poland (the Elbląg Group)
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III. FOOTMARKS OF THE EVERYDAY LIFE OF SOCIETIES IN EARLY URBAN SETTLEMENTS AND CITIES

Sebastian Messal, Bartłomiej Rogalski
Early Slavs in the Southwest Baltic Region: Initial Investigations in Dobropole Pyrzyckie (Poland)
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Nikolai A. Krenke
The Moskva River Basin in the Iron Age–Migration Period
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Audronė Bliujienė, Miglė Stančikaitė, Dalia Kisielienė, Jonas Mažeika, Ričardas Taraškevičius, Piotr Szwarczewski, Sebastian Messal, Jarosław Kusiak, Rimutė Stakėnienė
Skomantai Hill-Fort in Western Lithuania: A Case Study on Habitation Site and Environment
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Romas Jarockis
Structure, Chronology and Interregional Relations: An Analysis of the Archaeological Material from Opstainis, Vilkyškiai Iron Age Hill-Fort and Settlement
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Andrei V. Zinoviev
Of Friends and Food: Dogs in Medieval Novgorod the Great
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Arūnas Puškorius
Renaissance Footwear as a Mark of Social Differentiation
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Plates (I – VIII)
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