- Corded culture.
See Battle-Ax culture.
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Corded culture. — See Battle Ax culture … Useful english dictionary
Corded Ware culture — Approximate extent of the Corded Ware horizon with adjacent 3rd millennium cultures (after EIEC). The Corded Ware culture (ca. 2900–2450/2350 cal. BCE), alternatively characterized as the Battle Axe culture or Single Grave culture, is an… … Wikipedia
Culture de Baden — Extension approximative de la culture de Baden et des cultures adjacentes vers l’an 3000. (corded ware= céramique cordée ; globular amphora = amphores globulaires ; Yamna. La culture de Baden est une culture archéologique chalcolithique … Wikipédia en Français
Culture de la céramique cordée — La Culture de la céramique cordée désigne une culture énéolithique (approximativement de 3000 à 2200) devant son nom à ses poteries caractéristiques, décorées par impression de cordelettes sur l argile crue (avant cuisson). Elle s’étend sur tout… … Wikipédia en Français
Battle-Ax culture — a late Neolithic to Copper Age culture of northern Europe marked esp. by the production of pottery bearing the imprint of cord and by the use of battle axes as burial accouterments. Also called Corded culture. [1945 50] * * * … Universalium
Battle-Ax culture — a late Neolithic to Copper Age culture of northern Europe marked esp. by the production of pottery bearing the imprint of cord and by the use of battle axes as burial accouterments. Also called Corded culture. [1945 50] … Useful english dictionary
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