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major crisis in the Danubian Neolithic at the end of the 6th millennium BC

The rapid end of the Linear Pottery culture is described in central Europe, including Hungary. Particular attention is given to the correlation of various factor analyses of pottery decoration, to establish a chronology unobtainable through 14C dating. Contrary to the usual custom, this chronology is also based on the evolution high shoe–last adze shapes as well as seriations of grave–goods and bu…