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Interdisciplinarité et nouvelles approches dans les recherches sur l'âge du Fer. Interdisciplinarity and New Approaches in the Research of the Iron Age. International Doctoral Conference 2015. Bibracte (France), 2015.
This article deals with the stone head from Landau-Arzheim, its style and its dating. In addition to comparisons with other stone sculptures in a wider environment, we have to include also small finds made of metal to prove the dating. It appears that the characteristic hairstyle of the head is an important factor for its dating, because it is widely used between the LT C2 and LT D periods. Therefore the head of Arzheim and the head of Freinsheim, which are similar to each other, are the onlydoi:10.5817/cz.muni.p210-8822-2017-29 fatcat:ju25fw3jxjeefbp57xhj6a443q