Baltic-Pontic Studies

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Vol. 24 No. 1
Published 2020 June 15

Baltic-Pontic Studies (BPS) is a yearbook published since 1993 together by two institutes of the Adam Mickiewicz University (UAM) in Poznań, Poland: the Institute of Archaeology (until 2017: Institute of Prehistory) and the Institute of Eastern Studies. The idea of a journal that would present in English the effects of the archaeological work concentrated on the biocultural borderland between the West and East of Europe. Seats on the Editorial Board were accepted by distinguished scholars of 'archaeology of the borderland' from the academic centres of Poland, Ukraine and Belarus. Under the mode of operations adopted at the BPS, stimuli for new volume are given by members of the Editorial Board. They suggest crucial research issues, calling for a discussion and then presentation in the form of a set of papers or monographs, and outline the best ways to undertake their studies further. First, the Editorial Board members choose a team of potential contributors and, second, decide on the forms of collaboration and sources of financing; the latter usually come in the form of grants. Thus, BPS volumes carry exclusively commissioned papers. BPS is on the ERIH list.

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JOURNAL METRICS:
Ministry of Education and Science (2021): 40

DOI: 10.14746/bps
ISSN: 1231-0344    
eISSN: 2719-5422

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Artykuły

Edwin Zaltsman
7-26
Pottery of the Funnel Beaker Culture in Settlement Contexts of the North-Eastern Coast of the Vistula Lagoon: Case Studies of Ushakovo and Pribrezhnoye Sites
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2019-0005
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Małgorzata Rybicka
27-61
Second Half of the 4th Millennium BC: Time of Changes in the Tripolye and Funnel Beaker Cultures
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2019-0002
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Oleksandr Pozikhovskyi, Kamil Karski
62-86
Tripolye Culture Chronology in Volhynia. Remarks Based on Materials from Ostrog-Zeman and Mezhyrich-Mistechko
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2019-0003
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Małgorzata Rybicka, Ghenadie Sîrbu, Dariusz Król, Viaceslav Bicbaev
87-103
New Radiocarbon Dates for Stage Cii Tripolye Culture, Northern Moldova
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2020-0004
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Ghenadie Sîrbu, Dariusz Król, Serghei Heghea
104-139
The Late Eneolithic Groups from the Dniester-Prut Interfluve: Some Questions of their External Contacts and Chronology
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2020-0005
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Ghenadie Sîrbu, Dariusz Król, Marcin M. Przybyła, Małgorzata Rybicka
140-153
A Spatial Pattern(S) of the Eneolithic Multi-Phase Settlement of Brînzeni IV (North-Western Moldova) from the Perspective of Non-Invasive Geophysical Surveys
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2020-0002
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Małgorzata Rybicka, Dmytro Verteletskyi
154-176
Impact of the Baden Complex Upon the Tripolye and Funnel Beaker Cultures in Western Ukraine
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2020-0003
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Tünde Horváth, Attila Kreiter, Orsolya Viktorik
177-203
A Vessel of the Funnel Beaker Culture at Salgótarján-Pécs-Kő
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2019-0001
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Anna Rauba-Bukowska, Marzena Szmyt, Danuta Żurkiewicz
204-219
Changes in Late Funnel Beaker Pottery at the End of the 4th Millennium BC on the Polish Lowland: Case of Mrowino, Site 3. Preliminary Report on Mineralogical and Petrographic Research
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2019-0007
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Aleksander Kośko, Marzena Szmyt
220-245
Pottery of Pikutkowo Type in the Funnel Beaker Culture: Characteristics, Dispersion and Context
https://doi.org/10.2478/bps-2019-0004
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