Title: Homogenization of the vibro–acoustic transmission on perforated plates
Authors: Rohan, Eduard
Lukeš, Vladimír
Citation: ČAPEK, L., MENŠÍK, P. Raně středověká keramika z hradiště Kněží hora u Katovic, okr. Strakonice. Archaeologia Historica, 2019, roč. 44, č. 1, s. 357-381. ISSN 0231-5823.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Masaryk University
Document type: článek
URI: 2-s2.0-85071533648
ISSN: 0096-3003
Keywords in different language: Vibro-acoustic transmission;Perforated plate;Thin layer;Two scale homogenization;Helmholtz equation;Finite element method
Abstract in different language: Kněží hora near Katovice (Strakonice district) is one of the largest south-Bohemian early medieval hillforts, dating from the 9th – early 10th century. The existing information about the hillfort was chiefly based on research carried out by B. Dubský in 1946. In recent years the hillfort has been systematically investigated by experts from the Department of Archaeology of the University of West Bohemia, Plzeň by means of non-destructive and the least destructive methods. Test digs were conducted on the hillfort acropolis in 2016–2017, triggered by intrusion in the form of forestry work and illicit metal detecting. The excavations yielded large series of early medieval pottery, the detailed analysis of which significantly contributed to the dating of the site to the Middle Hillfort period with its heyday in the 9th century, also supported by the radiocarbon dating of cinders from the destructed upper section of the timber and earth rampart.
Rights: © Masaryk university
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