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Arching across from the Hungarian Plain in its origin to reaching the Paris Basin and Ukrainian plains at its zenith, two distinct geographic areas having been established for early and late LBK periods (Figure 1 below, Whittle 1996: 146). The early phase originated from western Hungary and followed the Danube and other river corridors, rapidly reaching the Rhine and Neckar valleys within a few centuries (Jochim 2000: 186).

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That a male or female may be buried with an adze, does not necessarily mean that they owned the artefact during life (John 2011).

It seems increasingly likely, however, that during their working lifetime adzes were worth acquiring, even by forager communities associated around the LBK periphery, such ‘as seen at (the) Skateholm II’ site in Scania, southern Sweden (Whittle 1996: 174).

Whittle (1996: 173) further suggests that although adzes are and have been seen as status indicators (Bentley et al.

2012), the key question is the ownership of such objects.

Material culture is also the social inward and outward expression of a culture, with goods often in daily use and in circulation between families, friends and communities throughout the LBK settlements. Community Differentiation and Kinship Among Europe’s First Farmers.

Pottery throughout the LBK period was incised with linear bands, which may have been imbued with some meaning or statement as regional styles proliferated throughout (Whittle 1996: 173). J., Wahl, J., Francken, M., Grupe, G., Lenneis, E., Teschler-Nicola, M., Arbogast, R-M., Hofmann, D. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Early Edition.

Often clustered into villages, the LBK people practised agriculture in a subsistence economy, cultivating cereals and legumes such as barley, emmer, einkorn, pea, lentil and flax, using intensely cultivated garden sized plots to grow the produce. Mobility and the Diversity of Early Neolithic Lives: Isotopic Evidence from the Skeletons.

Animals, such as cattle and pigs, were also kept, as well as hunting animals which were locally available (Bogaard 2004).

By making broad sweeping generalizations, nuances in the archaeological record are generally missed.

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