Henry Skorna MA

Henry Skorna studied Pre- and Protohistory (MA) and Pedagogics (BA) at Christian-Albrecht-University, Kiel (2010-2017), was a research assistant at the Romano-Germanic Commission of the German Archaeological Institute (2017-2019), and since October 2019 is a PhD candidate at the Cluster of Excellence ROOTS, Christian-Albrecht-University, Kiel.

Skorna, H., Kalmbach, J., Bátora, J., 2018. Vráble, Slowakei. Herausbildung und Niedergang des frühbronzezeitlichen Siedlungszentrums – Untersuchungen zu Wirtschaft, Sozialstruktur und politischer Organisation eines Sozialverbandes und seines Umfeldes. Überblick und die Arbeiten in der Siedlung 201’. E-Forschungsberichte des DAI, 1, 101- 108.

Wilkes, F. & Skorna H., forthcoming. The dawn of the Early Bronze Age in South-Western Slovakia – A re-evaluation of the social structure and chronology of Výčapy-Opatovce.

Kerig, T., Bröcker, J., Ohlrau, R., Schreiber, T., Skorna, H. Wilkes, F., forthcoming. Measuring Social Inequality in the Past. In: J. Müller (ed.) Connectivity Matters! Social, Environmental and Cultural Connectivity in Past Societies. ROOTS Studies 2. Leiden: Sidestone

Books by Henry Skorna

The Life and Journey of Neolithic Copper Objects

Transformations of the Neuenkirchen Hoard, North-East Germany (3800 BCE)

Henry Skorna | 2022

This work is an intensive study of the Neolithic deposition of copper objects from Neuenkirchen in North-East Germany. This unique ensemble represents one of the very rare hoard finds from the early Early Neolithic, and…

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