Janusz Kozlowski

Janusz Kozlowski
Jagiellonian University | UJ · Institute of Archaeology

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Résumé Reliant l’Europe sud-orientale et l’Europe centrale, la vallée du Danube joue un rôle primordial dans les modèles de la première colonisation de l’Europe par les Hommes anatomiquement modernes, il y a environ 40 mille ans (l’hypothèse du Couloir danubien). Le cours moyen de la rivière, le bassin des Carpates, occupe une place fondamentale da...
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The objective of this paper is to justify the hypothesis which claims the parallel development of two basic cultural traditions in the Middle Palaeolithic of Central Europe, namely the Micoquian and the Mousterian, staring from MIS 8. The origin of the Micoquian is probably complex: west of the “Movius line” the Micoquian was rooted in the classica...
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The Gravettian is an Upper Palaeolithic unit that had a pan-European range. Unlike the Aurignacian, it did not extend beyond Europe. In terms of taxonomy, in a polythetic system, the Gravettian can be placed on various levels. In terms of material culture and lithic inventories, it is closer to the concept of a “technocomplex”, while in terms of sy...
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The subject of this paper is the geoarchaeological evaluation of the open-air sites in two areas located in North-Eastern Hungary (Eger Basin) and in North-Western Slovakia (Trenčín basin in Váh valley). In the profiles of these sites palaeoclimatic events from MIS 3 and MIS 2 stages were registered by erosional, sedimentological and palaeopedologi...
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The new complete analysis of archaeological finds from the open-air site of Kőporos (near Eger, north-east Hungary) obtained in various excavations (including the excavations we have recently carried out) and from surface collections by amateurs, allows to put forward a hypothesis that the site of Kőporos–known as eponymous site for a specific Meso...
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Les environs de la ville d’Eger, se situant au pied de la montagne de Bükk en Hongrie du Nord-est, constituent une région d’une importance particulière pour la compréhension des périodes du Paléolithique moyen et du Paléolithique supérieur du Bassin des Carpates. L’un des problèmes clés y est la co-présence des outils carénés et des pointes foliacé...
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Sarakenos Cave, occupied since Late Palaeolithic, is of crucial importance for the study of the Mesolithic/Neolithic interface. There is a striking contrast between the isolated Mesolithic, particularly Late Mesolithic occupations with flake technology adapted to the local bad quality raw materials, and with subsistence economy based on fowling and...
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Résumé Aux environs de la ville d'Eger, au pied de la montagne de Bükk, plusieurs sites paléolithiques sont connus par ramassage mais très peu en a été fouillés jusqu'à nos jours. Les investigations hongro-polonaises, effectuées récemment sur le site en plein air d'Andornaktálya-Zúgó-dűlő, ont mis au jour deux niveaux archéologiques. Le niveau infé...
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Les débuts de deux périodes, le Paléolithique supérieur et le Néolithique, ont été considérés comme des « révolutions » dans le domaine culturel et technologique. Nous devons la notion de « révolution néolithique » à V.G. Childe (1941, 1952) ; pour le début du Paléolithique supérieur, cette notion de « révolution » a été probablement utilisée pour...

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The research started 25 ago with the excavation of the Cyclops Cave at Youra and continued with the excavation of Maroulas site in Kythnos, the first Mesolithic settlement in Greece. A second settlement was excavated at Kerame 1 in Ikaria. In parallel excavation in Sarakenos Cave revealed a Mesolithic Horizon dated from 10th to 7th mill. BC. The project the last ten years continued with the location of 4 Μesolithic sites in Kythnos, 5 sites in Ikaria. Surface surveys located Mesolithic sites in Fournoi, Naxos, Sikinos and Chalki (Dodecanese). Part of the project is the study of maritime contacts of Mesolithic Aegeans with populations of Cyprus, S. Anatolia and Near East. Sponsored by INSTAP. After the recent ascertainment that in the South-East part of Cyprus were found sites with the same stone industry, exactly the same as that of the Mesolithic Aegean, the project aims at searching of phylogenetic relations through DNA analyses of anthropological samples from the Aegean and the Near East that are in progress. A.Sampson, J. K. Kozlowski, M. Kaczanowska, Papageorgopoulou, G. Kontopoulos