The Neolithic and Eneolithic in Southeast Europe. New approaches to dating and cultural dynamics in the 6th to 4th millennium B.C. Wolfram Schier and Florin Drasovean (Eds.) Prähistorische Archäologie in Südosteuropa, Vol. 28. 440 pages, 313 illustrations
The volume combines 21 contribution of a Copper Age conference at Timişoara in 2011 and the section on Neolithic chronology at the EAA meeting at Plzeň in 2013 so that an area from Greece via Slovenia to the Ukraine is covered. The papers deal with pottery typology as well as stability and innovation in Macedonia, the Neolithic Chalcolithic transition in Bulgaria and Romania, the geomagnetics of a settlement of the Trypillia Culture, the absolute and relative chronology in Banat, Transylvania, and the Carpathian Basin, the settlement at Crkvine and the Neolithic / Copper Age transition in Serbia, early copper metallurgy, typology and chronology of hammer axes, the Copper Age in Transylvania, interdisciplinary research in the Körös region, the Proto-Tiszapolgár Period, continuity and change in Eastern Hungary, the Sárköz area, case studies on the C14 chronology of Slovenia and Croatia, the Lasinja and Retz-Gajary Cultures in Northern Croatia, lids of type Bratislava and early copper metallurgy, the Copper Age as a terminological problem, respectively as a historical epoch or typo-chronological construct. There are also a foreword and a list of authors.