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"Neither person nor beast" - dogs in the burial practice of the Iron Gates Mesolithic

Author: Ivana Radovanović
Edition/Format:   Article : English
Publication:Documenta Praehistorica. Poročilo o raziskovanju paleolitika, neolotika in eneolitika v Sloveniji. Neolitske študije = Neolithic studies, [Zv.] 26 (1999), str. 71-87
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Research into burial practices of the iron gates Mesolithic is here focused upon the dog burials and human burials associated with dog remains in the sites of Vlasac nad Lepenski Vir. The analyses of these remains was undertaken in regard to the study of human-animal relationship in the Iron_Gates, especially that of humans and canids, the canid domestication process and the possible role of canids in the Iron_Gates
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Ivana Radovanović
ISSN:1408-967X
OCLC Number: 755101312
Description: str. 71-87 : Ilustr.
Responsibility: Ivana Radovanović.

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Research into burial practices of the iron gates Mesolithic is here focused upon the dog burials and human burials associated with dog remains in the sites of Vlasac nad Lepenski Vir. The analyses of these remains was undertaken in regard to the study of human-animal relationship in the Iron_Gates, especially that of humans and canids, the canid domestication process and the possible role of canids in the Iron_Gates Mesolithic belief system. It was argued thad canid-human relationship, as it is reflected by material remains both in the settlement and formal disposal areas, was varied and became more ambigous at the time of contact with the Early neolithic. Certain aspects of that relationship are firmly incorporated into a broaded network of metaphers operating the worldview of the Mesolithic community.

V članku se osredtočamo na raziskave mazolitskih pokopov psov v [verticaleleznih vratih in na pokope ljudi, ki so povezani z ostanki psov na najdiščih Vlasac in Lepenski vir. Analize teh ostankov smo opravili z namenom, da bi raziskali razmerje med človekom in živaljo. še posebej razmerje med ljudmi in psi, udomačevanje psa in njihovo morebitno vlogo v verskem sistemu mezolitskih [verticaleleznih vrat. Razmerje pes-človek se je, kot kažejo materialni ostanki v naselbini in na določenih odlagališčih, spreminjalo in je postalo bolj negotovo v času stikov z zgodnjim neolitikom. Določeni vidiki tega razmerja so trdno vpeti v širšo mrežo svetovnonazorskih metafor mezolitskih skupnosti.

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