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Prague-Korchak culture

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The Prague-Penkov-Kolochin group of archaeological cultures
The Prague-Penkov-Kolochin group of archaeological cultures

The Prague-Korchak culture was an archaeological culture attributed to the Early Slavs. The other contemporary main Early Slavic culture was the Prague-Penkovka culture situated further south, with which it makes up the "Prague-type pottery" group.[1] The largest part of sites dates to the late 5th and early 6th century AD according to Late Roman iron fibulae.[2] Settlements were as a rule placed at rivers, near water sources, and were typically unfortified, with 8–20 households with courtyards.[3] Burial sites were both flat graves and barrows (kurgans), and cremation was dominant.[2]

Scholar M. Kazanski identified the 6th-century Prague (Prague-Korchak) culture and Sukow-Dziedzice group as Sclaveni archaeological cultures, and the Penkovka culture (Prague-Penkovka) was identified as Antes.[4]

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References

Sources

  • Cvijanović, Irena (2013). "The Typology of Early Medieval Settlements in Bohemia, Poland and Russia". In Rudić, Srđan (ed.). The World of the Slavs: Studies of the East, West and South Slavs: Civitas, Oppidas, Villas and Archeological Evidence (7th to 11th Centuries AD). Istorijski institut. pp. 289–344. ISBN 978-86-7743-104-4.
  • Dolukhanov, Pavel (2014). "The Slavs in Europe". The Early Slavs: Eastern Europe from the Initial Settlement to the Kievan Rus. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-317-89222-9.
  • James, Edward (2014). Europe's Barbarians AD 200-600. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-317-86825-5.
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