Bandkeramik

[ bahnt-key-rah-mik ]
/ ˌbɑnt keɪˈrɑ mɪk /

noun

the pottery of the early Neolithic Danubian culture of Europe, having characteristic parallel spiral lines over the body and neck of the gourdlike vessels and dated 5000–4000 b.c.

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Origin of Bandkeramik

From German, dating back to 1920–25; see origin at band2, ceramic
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