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C. or later) and from a grave at Arvi in Crete of Late Minoan I and II. Epano Englianos beads were "positive" and those from Arvi were "slight positive", showing that amber beads were made of Baltic, probably of East Prussian, raw material (Sandars, 1958-59). The amber route connecting the amber coasts of western Jutland with Italy was described by Montelius as early as 1910. In 1925, de Navarro published his research on amber routes. These two studies established the importance of Jutland as a source of amber and led to a recognition of the routes over which it was carried south and southeast.

305, 7), in Perediwanie near Horodenka on the upper Dniester in association with hair-rings (Antoniewicz, 1929), and in the cemetery discovered in the city of Kiev (fig. 304, 1, 2). In the southeast the same type of earrings is reported from Piatra Frecajei, Dobruja, eastern Rumania. In 1958 a grave was uncovered containing three earrings, an amber bead roughly trapezoidal in shape, two simple finger-rings made of copper plate, and ten convex copper plates (Archaeological Museum of the Archaeological Institute of the Academy of Sciences, Bucharest).

In 1958 a grave was uncovered containing three earrings, an amber bead roughly trapezoidal in shape, two simple finger-rings made of copper plate, and ten convex copper plates (Archaeological Museum of the Archaeological Institute of the Academy of Sciences, Bucharest). com Download Date | 11/15/12 12:08 PM EARLY BRONZE AGE 41 FIG. 11. Hoard from Siedice (Zedlitz) near Lubin (L├╝ben), Silesia. 1, pot; 2, copper flanged axe; 3, belt plate of copper; 4, 5, copper earrings; 6, convex ornamental copper plate; 7, amber beads; 8-13, spirals of copper wire and copper plate.

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