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The Western Border Area of the Tripolye Culture

Collection. Poznan, 2000 (B-P S, vol. 9) ISBN 83-86094-08-7; ISSN 1231-0344

1. Mihailo Y. Videiko Studying western context of the Tripolye culture. History and Perspectives. – с. 7-12.

2. Mihailo Y. Videiko Tripolye and the Cultures of Central Europe. Facts and the Character of Interactions: 4200-2750 BC. – с. 13-68.

3. Taras Tkachuk The Koshylivtsy Group as a synthesis of the Tripolye and Polgar Traditions. – с. 69-85.

4. Vladimir A. Kruts, Sergey M. Ryzhov Tripolye Culture in Volhynia (Gorodsk-Volhynian Group). – с. 86-110.

5. Olena V. Tsvek The Eastern Tripolye Culture and its contacts with the Eneolithic Tribes of Europe. – с. 111-132.

6. Tamara G. Movsha The Tripolye-Cucuteni and Lengyel-Polgar Cultures. – с. 133-167.

7. Viktor I. Klochko, Vyachesiav I. Manichev, Viktor N. Kvasnitsa, Sergey A. Kozak, Larisa V. Demchenko, Mikhail P. Sokhatskiy Issues Concerning Tripolye Metallurgy and the Virgin Copper of Volhynia. – с. 168-186.

8. Slawomir Kadrow, Anna Zakoscielna An outline of the Evolution of Danubian Cultures in Malopolska and Ukraine. – с. 187-255.

9. Janusz Budziszewski Flint Working of the South-Eastern Group of the Fummel Beaker culture: Exemplary Reception of Chalcolithic Socio-Economic Patterns of the Pontic Zone. – с. 256-281.

10. Aleksander Kosko, Jerzy J. Langer, Marzena Szmyt Painted Pottery as a symptom of tripolye «influence» in the Circle of Neolithic Vistila Cultures. – с. 282-288.