H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white
Published Jan 2017
Papers focus on Croatia’s particular interconnectedness in terms of social and cultural relationships with the wider region as the starting point for exploring issues across a broad chronological range, from human origins to modernity.
Interactions in the Old Stone Age: Possible Scenarios Using the Vindija Biological Evidence (Ivor Janković and Fred H. Smith); Contacts and Connections in Late Middle and Early Upper Palaeolithic Croatia (Ivor Karavanić); Adriatic Connections: Exploring Relationships from the Middle Palaeolithic to the Mesolithic (Dario Vujević); The Mesolithic in Croatia (Darko Komšo); The Development of Eneolithic Cultures Between the Sava and Drava Rivers (Jacqueline Balen); Croatia and the Crossroads of Early Greek Seafarers (Helena Tomas); Multiculturalists Before We Knew It: Keeping Pace with Bronze Age Trends (Sanjin Mihelić); Clay Birds as Religious Objects and Works of Craft in the Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age of the Balkans and the Carpathian Basin (Darko Maričević); Indigenous Pottery in Dalmatia During the Last Millennium BC (Vedran Barbarić); The Princes of the Crossroads — The Early Iron Age in Northern Croatia (Hrvoje Potrebica); Salona and the Sea – Some Observations (Branko Kirigin); Interaction Between Incomers and Autochthons on Roman Funerary Stones from the Croatian Region of Pannonia (1st –4th Centuries) (Branka Migotti, PhD.); Immigrants from Other Areas of the Roman Empire Documented on Siscia Lead Tags (Ivan Radman-Livaja); New Knowledge on Certain Early Christian Dioceses in the Eastern Adriatic Region (Ante Škegro, Ph.D.); The K-type Sword from Koljane in Dalmatia as Possible Evidence for the Arrival of Croats at the End of the 8th Century (Ante Milošević); The Gnalić Shipwreck: Microcosm of the Late Renaissance World (Irena Radić Rossi, Mariangela Nicolardi and Katarina Batur); Weapons of the Military Frontier in Croatia from the End of the 17th to the End of the 19th Century – Combat Equipment and Emblems of Rank (Dora Bošković)