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Archaeologia Baltica, Vol. 19Societies of the Past: Approaches to Landscape, Burial Customs and Grave Goods
(Archaeologia Baltica, Vol. 19)

Klaipėda: Klaipėda University Press, 2013. – 200 p.

ISSN 1392-5520


Preface
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I. SOCIETIES OF THE PAST: APPROACHES TO LANDSCAPE

Edvin B. Saltsman
Dwelling Construction Materials from Pribrezhnoye in the Context of the Formation of Primorskaya Culture
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Raili Allmäe
Observations on Estonian Iron Age Cremations
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Krista Karro
Ruptured Space and Time in Lahepera Burial Site in Eastern Estonia
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Ester Oras
East Baltic Middle Iron Age Wealth Deposits in Burial Areas: An Example of Regional Cultural Practice
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Marius Ščavinskas
Some Notes on the Issue of the Development of Balt Society in the Ninth to the 13th Centuries in the Context of the Socio-Political Structures of the Baltic Region
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II. SOCIETIES OF THE PAST: APPROACHES TO BURIAL CUSTOMS AND GRAVE GOODS

Jānis Ciglis
The Origin of Burial Sites in Eastern Latvia Consisting of Typical Stone Graves
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Jaroslaw A. Prassolow
Warrior Burials with Knives-Daggers: Socio-Cultural Aspects of Research. A Comparative Analysis of Early Migration Period Warrior Graves in the Sambian-Natangian Group Area (the Kaliningrad Region of Russia)
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Bartosz Kontny
New Traces in Old Barrows. A Reinterpretation of Particular Finds from Barrrow 2 at Szwajcaria Cemetery (Sudovian Culture)
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Audronė Bliujienė
Armed People of East and Southeast Lithuania in the Geocultural Context of the Migration Period
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Ugnius Budvydas
Rare Brooches from Viešvilė Cemetery III, Lithuania
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Marika Mägi
Late Prehistoric Societies and Burials in the Eastern Baltic
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