Maria Gimbutas

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Maria Gimbutas mense Septembii 1989 picta
Tabula migrationum Indoeuropaeorum antiquissimorum secundum hypothesin kurgan a Maria Gimbutas propositam

Maria Gimbutas (Lituanice Marija Gimbutienė; in titulis librorum suorum saepius Marija Gimbutas) (Vilnii nata die 23 Ianuarii 1921; mortua Angelopoli die 2 Februarii 1994) fuit alumna universitatum Vytauti Magni et Vilnensis in Lituania et post secundo bello mundano universitatis Tubingensis in Germania, ubi gradum doctoris anno 1946 nacta est. Apud universitates Harvardianam et Californiensem Angelopolitanam docuit. Archaeologa fuit qui de originibus Indoeuropaeis operam dedit. Suadebat locutores sermonis primordialis Indoeuropaeae idem fuisse ac structores tumulorum vel kurgan in planitie Russica meridionali millenniis V et IV a.C.n. habitantes; haec hypothesis kurgan etiamnunc controvertitur.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1946 : Die Bestattung in Litauen in der vorgeschichtlichen Zeit. Tubingae: J.C.B. Mohr
  • 1958 : Ancient symbolism in Lithuanian folk art. Philadelphiae: American Folklore Society (Memoirs of the American Folklore Society, 49)
  • 1961 : "Notes on the chronology and expansion of the Pit-grave culture" in J. Bohm & S. J. De Laet, edd., L'Europe à la fin de 1'age de la pierre (Pragae: Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences) pp. 193-200
  • 1963 : The Balts. Londinii: Thames and Hudson (Ancient Peoples and Places, 33) Textus
  • 1965 : Bronze Age Cultures in Central and Eastern Europe. Hagae: Mouton
  • 1974 : The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe
  • 1976 : (editor) Neolithic Macedonia as reflected by excavation at Anza, southeast Yugoslavia. Los Angeles: Institute of Archaeology, University of California, 1976. Monumenta archaeologica 1.
  • 1977 : "The first wave of Eurasian steppe pastoralists into Copper Age Europe" in Journal of Indo-European Studies vol. 5 pp. 277-338
  • 1980 : "The Kurgan wave #2 (c. 3400-3200 BC) into Europe and the following transformation of culture" in Journal of Indo-European Studies vol. 8 pp. 273-315
  • 1985 : Marija Gimbutienė, Baltai priešistoriniais laikais : etnogenezė, materialinė kultūra ir mitologija. Vilnii: Mokslas
  • 1986 : (cum Colin Renfrew et Ernestine S. Elster) Excavations at Sitagroi, a prehistoric village in northeast Greece. Vol. 1. Angelopoli: Institute of Archaeology, University of California, 1986 (Monumenta archaeologica, 13)
  • 1989 : The Language of the Goddess
  • 1989 : (cum Shan Winn et Daniel Shimabuku) Achilleion: a Neolithic settlement in Thessaly, Greece, 6400-5600 B.C. Angelopoli: Institute of Archaeology, University of California (Monumenta archaeologica, 14)
  • 1991 : The Civilization of the Goddess
  • 1992 : Die Ethnogenese der europäischen Indogermanen. Aeniponti: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Innsbruck (Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft; Vorträge und kleinere Schriften, 54)
  • 1997 : (editoribus Miriam Robbins Dexter et Karlene Jones-Bley) The Kurgan culture and the Indo-Europeanization of Europe: selected articles from 1952 to 1993 by Marija Gimbutas. Vasingtoniae: Institute for the Study of Man. (Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph, 18)
  • 1999 : (editore Miriam Robbins Dexter) The Living Goddesses. Berkeley: University of California Press

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Miriam Robbins Dexter et Edgar C. Polomé, edd., Varia on the Indo-European Past: Papers in Memory of Marija Gimbutas. Washington, DC: Institute for the Study of Man, 1997 (Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph, 19)