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Origins[ edit ] Early diffusion of the Bell Beaker culture  While Bell Beaker Glockenbecher was introduced as a term for the artefact type at the beginning of the 20th century, recognition of an archaeological Bell Beaker culture has long been controversial.
Its spread has been one of the central questions of the migrationism vs. Stephen Shennan interpreted the artefacts as belonging to a mobile cultural elite imposing itself over the indigenous substrate populations.
Similarly, Sangmeister interpreted the "Beaker folk" Glockenbecherleute as small groups of highly mobile traders and artisans. Their presence is not associated with a characteristic type of architecture or of burial customs. Hoewever, the Bell Beaker culture does appear to coalesce into a coherent archaeological culture in its later phase.
More recent analyses of the "Beaker phenomenon", published since the s, have persisted in describing the origin of the "Beaker phenomenon" as arising from a synthesis of elements, representing "an idea and style uniting different regions with different cultural traditions and background.
The study by Olalde et al.
However, the same study found that the further dissemination of the mature Beaker complex was very strongly linked to migration.
Such an arrangement is rather derivative of Corded Ware traditions. A southern move led to the Mediterranean where 'enclaves' were established in south-western Spain and southern France around the Golfe du Lion and into the Po Valley in Italyprobably via ancient western Alpine trade routes used to distribute jadeite axes.
A northern move incorporated the southern coast of Armorica. But in contrast to the early Bell Beaker preference for the dagger and bow, the favourite weapon in the Carpathian Basin during the first half of the third millennium was the shaft-hole axe.
These "common ware" types of pottery then spread in association with the classic bell beaker. By this, the Rhine was on the western edge of the vast Corded Ware zone.
The Corded Ware culture shared a number of features with the Bell Beaker culture, derived from their common ancestor, the Yamna culture.
These features include pottery decorated with cord impressions, single burial, and the shaft-hole axe. However, British and American archaeology since the s had been sceptical about prehistoric migration in general, so the idea of "Bell Beaker Folk" lost ground, although recent genetic findings lend renewed support to the migratory hypothesis.
A theory of cultural contact de-emphasizing population movement was presented by Colin Burgess and Stephen Shennan in the mids.
This new knowledge may have come about by any combination of population movements and cultural contact. An example might be as part of a prestige cult related to the production and consumption of beer, or trading links such as those demonstrated by finds made along the seaways of Atlantic Europe.
Palynological studies including analysis of pollen, associated with the spread of beakers, certainly suggests increased growing of barley, which may be associated with beer brewing. Noting the distribution of Beakers was highest in areas of transport routes, including fording sites, river valleys and mountain passes, Beaker 'folk' were suggested to be originally bronze traders, who subsequently settled within local Neolithic or early Chalcolithic cultures, creating local styles.
Close analysis of the bronze tools associated with beaker use suggests an early Iberian source for the copper, followed subsequently by Central European and Bohemian ores.
Investigations in the Mediterranean and France recently moved the discussion to re-emphasise the importance of migration to the Bell Beaker story. Some elements show the influence from the north and east, and other elements reveal the south-east of France to be an important crossroad on an important route of communication and exchange spreading north.
A distinctive 'barbed wire' pottery decoration is thought to have migrated through central Italy first. The pattern of movements was diverse and complicated, along the Atlantic coast and the northern Mediterranean coast, and sometimes also far inland.
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The prominent central role of Portugal in the region and the quality of the pottery all across Europe are forwarded as arguments for a new interpretation that denies an ideological dimension.
This was true of children and adults, indicative of some significant migration wave.
Given the similarities with readings from people living on loess soils, the general direction of the local movement, according to Price et al. Later, other characteristic regional styles developed. However, not all Beakers were drinking cups.
Some were used as reduction pots to smelt copper ores, others have some organic residues associated with food, and still others were employed as funerary urns. Reconstruction of a Beaker burial National Archaeological Museum of Spain, Madrid With some notable exceptions, most Iberian early Bell Beaker "burials" are at or near the coastal regions.
The site was located on the summit of a spur. The second building phase was dominated by a highly coherent group of pottery within the regional Chalcolithic styles, representing Maritime Bell Beakers of the local northern Portuguesepenteada decoration style in various patterns, using lines of points, incision or impression.
The site demonstrates a notable absence of more common Bell Beaker pottery styles such as Maritime Herringbone and Maritime Lined varieties found in nearby sites such as Castanheiro do Vento and Crasto de Palheiros. One non-local Bell Beaker sherd, however, belonging to the upper part of a beaker with a curved neck and thin walls, was found at the bedrock base of this second phase.Germany and Spain begin their tune-up for the World Cup with a star-studded friendly on Friday in Dusseldorf.
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