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Taking the above strictures into account, this article treats the Early and Middle Bronze Ages in temperate southeastern Europe as a single “period,” although it distinguishes discrete Early and Middle Bronze Age “cultures,” as they are defined by archaeologists working in the area. ) are much more similar to each A N C I E N T E U R O P E T H E E A R L Y A N D M I D D L E B R O N Z E A G E S other than to the succeeding Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages. GEOGRAPHY AND LANDSCAPE Southeastern Europe, as the term will be used here, includes the Hungarian Plain, the southern part of the Carpathian arc and its interior, and the drainage of the Middle and Lower Danube and its tributaries.

The walls were formed by these posts, which were set roughly 1 to 2 meters apart and the gaps filled with reed or wattle and daub. , at Pospoloprty, Blsˇany, or Brˇezno), Austria (at Franzhausen or Böheimkirchen), or on the so-called tell settlements (multilayered settlement mounds) of Slovakia. 5 meters. , at Nitriansky Hrádok in Slovakia) or have central posts to support a ridged roof. Other techniques of construction are known as well. ” Some of the best-preserved buildings come from lake dwellings in the Alps (southern Germany and Switzerland) preserved in the waterlogged environment.

Other techniques of construction are known as well. ” Some of the best-preserved buildings come from lake dwellings in the Alps (southern Germany and Switzerland) preserved in the waterlogged environment. At Zurich-Mozarstrasse rectangular buildings were excavated that had sleeper beams laid directly on the floor and perforated by mortise holes through which posts were inserted and rammed into the ground. A number of various house types have been recovered in Cham-Obervil on Lake Zug and at Padnal near Savognin in Switzerland as well.

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