"Bell Beaker Culture in Moravia: 30 questions, 30 answers, 30 pieces of evidence"
|Slide 22, Dvořák & Matějíčková et al, 2014|
Hoštice-I is the largest Bell Beaker cemetery in Europe, or at least, has the most excavated individual graves at around 157 (from the paper). As you click through the Q&A slideshow, the presenters make it known that there is clear and detailed cultural continuity/contact with Beaker groups throughout the Atlantic.
I'll keep comments brief...
The most common Beaker graves at Hostice-I are the cist graves and mini-ditched enclosures.
|Slide 11, Dvořák & Matějíčková et al, 2014|
|Slide 13, Dvořák & Matějíčková et al, 2014|
Here's what Dvorak and Matejickova think the burial enclosures likely looked like:
|Excerpt from Slide 14 (modified), Dvořák & Matějíčková et al, 2014|
There was also a presentation on boar's tusk. I'm very interested in what the presenter had to say, and I'll share as soon as I get it.