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English: Distribution of central-european archaoelogical cultures and groups during phase BA1 (Bz A1, 2200-2000 BC) of the chronology system by Paul Reinecke.

(1) Late eneolitic; (2) Beaker culture; (3) Riesenbecher; (4) Unetice culture; (5) Adlerberg culture/group; (6) Early bronze age of Nordalps: (6a) Oberrhein-Hochrhein gr., (6b) Singen gr., Neckar gr., Ries gr., Lech gr.; (7) Straubing culture/group; (8) Unterwölbling culture; (9) Early bronze age of South-eastalps; (10) Wieselburg culture; (11) Nitra culture; (12) Kisapostag culture; (13) Nagyrév culture; (14) Perjámos culture; (15) Ottomány culture; (16) Hatvan culture; (17) Košťany culture; (18) Mierzanowice culture: (18a) southern zone, (18b) northern zone; (19) Dobre group;

(20) Plonia (Buchholz) group.
Author Hans Braxmeier; Edmund Squirrel


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