Marta Andriiovych

Marta Andriiovych
Universität Bern | UniBe · Institute of Archaeology

Dr. Des. Archaeology

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Archaeological research is always a struggle with the shadows of past reality, but when we are faced with only the shadow of a shadow, the investigation becomes even more complex. It is a sad reality that archaeological excavations must "destroy" the sites in order to gather the maximum amount of information for future scientific work. The problem...
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The challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic remind the scientific community that human-environment relations are of great social relevance. Societal crises, currently triggered by the emergence of unknown viruses or in the future by climate change, are essentially the result of widening human activities since the last 12,000 years. Therefore, res...
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The collection of scientific works is devoted to modern research on the interaction of the natural environment and the prehistoric population of Eastern Europe. Particular attention is paid to the study of the impact of abrupt climate change in the early Holocene on the material culture and economy of the Neolithic and sub-Neolithic communities. Th...
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It is possible to find out the continuity or discontinuity of the processes during the transitional periods with the involvement of the data of several related disciplines, in this case - the prehistoric archaeology and paleogeography. The dramatic changes in the landscape and climatic situation on the border of the Pleistocene - Holocene were undo...
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The transition from the Early to the Middle Neolithic coincides with the 8.2-ky BP event in some areas of Europe. This climatological event, which lasted between 150 to 400 years, has received considerable interest in various scientific fields, from ecologists, climatologists, and geologists to archaeologists and dendrochronologists, due to the maj...
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25th Annual Meeting of Eyropean Association of Archaeologists hosted approx. 2000 delegates and held 170 sessions on wide-ranging topics, divided into six broad themes: 1. Archaeological theory and methods beyond paradigms 2. Interpreting the archaeological record: artefacts, humans, and landscapes 3. Archaeology of mountainous landscapes 4. Digita...
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The study of ceramic is one of the broadest research areas in archaeological sciences. Over the last two centuries, archaeologists have developed a number of approaches and methods that have had different goals of the studies: from the study of ceramics as an object of art to the reproduction of the manufacture technologies, and the study of potter...

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