Bell Beaker

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Beaker Culture - Extent and Impact - Jutland
... Faint traces of Bell Beaker influence can be recognized already in the pottery of the Upper Grave phase of the Single Grave period, and even of the late Ground ... Domestic sites with Beakers only appear 200–300 years after the first appearance of Bell Beakers in Europe, at the early part of the Danish Late Neolithic Period (LN I ... characterised the period 2460–1990 BC, linked to another Beaker derivation of northwestern Europe ...
Beaker Culture - Extent and Impact - Balearic Islands
... a 1200 year duration for the use of the Beaker pottery on the Balearic Islands, between circa 2475 BC and 1300 BC (Waldren and Van Strydonck 1996) ... pottery in Mallorca, generally considered the most ancient Bell Beaker pottery, possibly indicating an even earlier Beaker settlement about 2700 BC ... Suárez Otero (1997) postulated this corded Beakers entered the mediterranean by routes both through the Atlantic coast and through eastern France ...
Prehistoric Iberia - Chalcolithic
2150 BC, the Bell Beaker culture intrudes in Chalcolithic Iberia ... After the early Corded style beaker, of quite clear Central European origin, the peninsula begins producing its own types of Bell Beaker pottery. 1900, the Bell Beaker phenomenon in Iberia shows a regionalization, with different styles being produced in the various regions Palmela type in Portugal ...
Beaker Culture - Extent and Impact - Iberian Peninsula
... The Bell Beaker phenomenon in the Iberian peninsula defines the late phase of the local Chalcolithic and even intrudes in the earliest centuries of the Bronze Age ... A review of radiocarbon dates for Bell Beaker across Europe found that some of the earliest were found in Portugal, where the range from Zambujal and Cerro de la Virgen (Spai ... At present no internal chronology for the various Bell Beaker-related styles has been achieved yet for Iberia ...

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