Different models for the Neolithisation of Albania

  • Adem Bunguri Institute of Archaeology, Tirana
Keywords: Albania, Neolithisation, pottery, interpretative model

Abstract

According to the archaeological evidence, the Neolithisation process in Albania seems to have passed through three different phases, with chronological gaps between them. The earliest phase is represented at the Vlusha site, where coarse monochrome pottery was found in the same layer as microlithic tools. The second phase can be traced back to the Konispol site, where Impresso pottery appeared immediately above the Mesolithic layer. The third phase is represented by the Podgorie I site, which is characterised by red monochrome slipped ware, white-painted pottery, polychrome pottery, as well as pottery with impresso and barbotine decoration.

 

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Published
2014-12-30
How to Cite
Bunguri, A. (2014). Different models for the Neolithisation of Albania. Documenta Praehistorica, 41, 79-94. https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.41.4
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