Urnfield

Earliest record: -1300
Last record: -700

Language family: Unknown

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YearsAction
-1300-700Located in [1]
-1200-1100Located in [2]
-1200-700Located in
-900-700Located in
-900-700Migrated to [3]
-800-700Located in [4]

Location Info

  1. C & E Europe (see Map 2 p 172, hatched central area for outline), & I (all) & Sicily.
  2. Albania
  3. NL, C & S D (W of {365-1}), B, E F, Rhone R basin, & Slovenia,Croatia, N Bosnia (mostly from Czech Atlas, map 16a & 17a, look for popelnicovyeh poli).
  4. {Catalonia, Aragon, C Spain, also S F (acc/to (365-7))} *{225-19}*
  5. Catalonia, Aragon, C Spain, also S F (acc/to (365-7))
  6. ROM, BG

References

  1. Ausbreitung der Urnenfelder-Kulturen in Europa. 19??. pp. 172-173. In Whitehouse, D. and R. Whitehouse. Luebbes Archaeologischer Welt Atlas. Gustav Luebbe Verlag.
  2. Prendi, F. 1982. The prehistory of Albania. pp. 187-237. In Boardman, J., I.E.S. Edwards, N.G.L. Hammond, and E. Sollberger (eds.). The Cambridge Ancient History. 2nd edition. Volume 3, Part 1. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  3. Daniel, Glyn and J.D. Evans. 1967. The Western Mediterranean. pp. 1-72. In Edwards, I.E.S., C.J. Gadd, and N.G.L. Hammond (eds.). The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 2, Chapter 37. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  4. Whitehouse, Ruth. 1976. Later prehistory. pp. 127-215. In Collins, Desmond (ed.). The Origins of Europe. George Allen and Unwin, London.