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Vasum campaniforme Matriti inventum.
Distributio culturae vasorum campaniformium per Europam.

Cultura poculorum campaniformium,[1] vel cultura vasorum campaniformium,[1] fuit quaedam cultura archaeologica Chalcolithica intra praehistoriam Europaeam quae in Europa Occidentali inter annos ab 2900 ad 2500 a.C.n. fere et 1800 a.C.n. floruit. Nomen culturae ob ceramicas campaniformes datur. Cultura materialis invenitur ab Iberia ad Albem et Danubium, ac per Britanniam et Hiberniam. Videntur reliquiae antiquissimae inventae esse ad ostium Tagi. Diffusio horum fictilium fuit cum diffusione metallurgiae cupri in Europa.

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Bibblliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Antecessor:
Neolithicum (Cultura ceramicae cardialis, Cultura vasi imbutiformis)
Chalcolithicum Europaeum
2900/2500 a.C.n. - 1800 a.C.n.
Successor:
Culturae Aeneae regionales