funnel beaker culture
The Funnel Beaker Culture, also known as the TRB (Trichterbecherkultur), was a prominent archaeological culture in Europe during the Neolithic period (around 4000-2700 BCE). It is characterized by the presence of distinctive pottery vessels with funnel-shaped necks. The Funnel Beaker people were skilled farmers, practicing agriculture and animal husbandry, and they lived in permanent settlements. The culture’s expansion and influence played a crucial role in shaping the development of prehistoric societies in Northern Europe.