undergraduate thesis
Anthropomorphic views in Japodic costumes

Antonela Klobučar (2016)
Sveučilište u Zadru
Odjel za arheologiju
Metadata
TitleAntropomorfni prikazi u japodskoj nošnji
AuthorAntonela Klobučar
Mentor(s)Martina Čelhar (thesis advisor)
Abstract
U periodu kasnog brončanog doba na ličkom prostoru se razvila japodska kultura. Autohtono stanovništvo pod utjecajima kulture polja sa žarama formira ovu novu kulturu. Utjecaji su vidljivi u umjetnosti, međutim Japodi ih prilagođavaju vlastitoj tradicij. U periodu starijeg željeznog doba dolazi do snažnog razvoja lokalne produkcije. Za poznavanje japodske nošnje najvažnije su nekropole u kojima se nalaze brojni predmeti. Motiv ljudskog lika javlja se prvi put u periodu kasnog brončanog doba. Najraniji prikazi ljudskog lika su izrazito geometrizirani. Najstariji nalazi s antropomorfnim prikazima su nož iz Metka i fibula iz Drežnika. Antropomofrni prikazi su od 7. st. pr. Kr. sve učestaliji. Javljaju se na raznim privjescima, pektoralima i pojasnim pločicama. Kasnije se takvi motivi javljaju na drugim predmetima, npr. fibulama, aplikama, staklenim perlama i zrnima jantara. Jednostavan geometrijski način ukrašavanja Japodi zadržavaju gotovo cijelo tisućljeće postojanja njihove kulture.
KeywordsJapodes Late Bronze Age Iron Age Japodic costumes Anthropomorphic views symbolism
Parallel title (English)Anthropomorphic views in Japodic costumes
Committee MembersDario Vujević (committee chairperson)
Martina Čelhar (committee member)
Mate Parica (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Zadru
Lower level organizational unitsOdjel za arheologiju
PlaceZadar
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
Archeology
Prehistoric Archeology
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeArchaeology
Academic title abbreviationuniv. bacc. archeol.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-30
Parallel abstract (English)
Japodian culture has developed in the Late Bronze Age in the area of Lika. This new culture is formed by autochthonus population which are under the influences of Urnfield Culture. Influences can be seen in art, however Japodes adjusted them to their own tradition. In the Early Iron Age begins strong development of local production. The most important for the knowledge of Japodian costumes are necropolis containing numeros items. The motive of the human figure first appeared during the Late Bronze Age. Earliest images of human figures are geometrical. The oldest finds with anthropomorphic images are a knife from Metak and fibula from Drežnik. Anthropomorphic views are more common from 7th century BC. They appear on different pendants, pectorals and belt plates. Later those motives appear on different objects, for example; fibulae, appliqués, glass beads and amber beads. With a simple geometic way of decorating Japodes keep their culture existance almost a millennium.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Japodi kasno brončano doba željezno doba japodska nošnja antropomorfni prikazi simbolika
Resource typetext
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:267466
CommitterMarta Unković