Távolsági import csiszolt koeszközök nagynyomású metamorfitokból magyarországon

Translated title of the contribution: Long distance import of polished stone artefacts: HP metamorphites in Hungary

Gyorgy Szakmany, Katalin T.Biro, Ferenc Kristalyc, Zsolt Bendo, Z. Kasztovszky, Norbert Zajzon

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Abstract

First archaeometric results of polished stone tools made from high pressure metaophiolites occurring in territory of Hungary are presented here. Three complete, very well polished stone tools were found from this extra-long distance (ELD) raw material. Two of them originate from the Ebenhöch collection of the Hungarian National Museum, the third originates from the Miháldy collection of the Laczkó Dezso Museum, Veszprém. The stone tools are small or middle size, the shape of two of them are very characteristic elongated triangle, the third is flat chisel. The analyses on these extremely rare and valuable pieces were performed exclusively by nondestructive methods, namely macroscopic petrography, magnetic susceptibility measurements, XRD in parallel beam geometry (with Göbel mirror), a special non-destructive SEM-EDX technique (developed in the ELTE FFI), and PGAA. Our results show that the studied stone tools are fit to the types of HP stone tools of metaophiolitic origin occurring in the Po-valley and its environs so they are ELD import tools form either the redeposited Oligocene conglomerate in NW footwall of Appennines or from the W-Alps around MonViso environs.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)83-92
Number of pages10
JournalArcheometriai Muhely
Volume10
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Szakmany, G., T.Biro, K., Kristalyc, F., Bendo, Z., Kasztovszky, Z., & Zajzon, N. (2013). Távolsági import csiszolt koeszközök nagynyomású metamorfitokból magyarországon. Archeometriai Muhely, 10(1), 83-92.

Távolsági import csiszolt koeszközök nagynyomású metamorfitokból magyarországon. / Szakmany, Gyorgy; T.Biro, Katalin; Kristalyc, Ferenc; Bendo, Zsolt; Kasztovszky, Z.; Zajzon, Norbert.

In: Archeometriai Muhely, Vol. 10, No. 1, 2013, p. 83-92.

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Szakmany, G, T.Biro, K, Kristalyc, F, Bendo, Z, Kasztovszky, Z & Zajzon, N 2013, 'Távolsági import csiszolt koeszközök nagynyomású metamorfitokból magyarországon', Archeometriai Muhely, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 83-92.
Szakmany, Gyorgy ; T.Biro, Katalin ; Kristalyc, Ferenc ; Bendo, Zsolt ; Kasztovszky, Z. ; Zajzon, Norbert. / Távolsági import csiszolt koeszközök nagynyomású metamorfitokból magyarországon. In: Archeometriai Muhely. 2013 ; Vol. 10, No. 1. pp. 83-92.
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