A Grave from Nezabylice, Chomutov District. On the Phenomenon of Inhumation in Stage B1 of the Early Roman Period in Bohemia

Obrazek miniatury
Hlavová, Jana Kuljavceva
Kuljavceva Hlavová, Jana
Ondráčková, Lenka
Černochová, Radka
Křivánek, Roman
Radoň, Miroslav
Půlpán, Marek
Tytuł czasopisma
Tytuł tomu
the Authors
The University of Rzeszów Publishing House
The article describes the discovery of a skeletal grave in 2015 in Nezabylice (NW Bohemia, Chomutov district) at a cremation burial ground, which was dated to stage B1 of the early Roman period according to characteristic metal objects. Today, only four dozen similarly dated skeletal graves are registered in Bohemia, which, together with the early date of acquisition, makes them one of the rarest and most difficult to recognize archaeological monuments in this area. In the given situation, every recently researched skeleton grave from the early Roman period brings a wealth of new and important information about this distinctive phenomenon of burial rite among the Elbe-Germanic tribes.
Słowa kluczowe
Bohemia , early Roman period , inhumation grave , arrangement and equipment of graves
Ana­lecta Archa­eolo­gica Res­so­viensia, vol. 18 (2023), s. 131-158