Figure 14: Holešov cemetery: a map of fact space based on the scores of factors 3 and 4 (horizontal and vertical axes respectively). Burials are clustered according to the degree of similarity content of grave goods in combination with the gender of buried individuals. The shading in grey represents the zonal distribution of grave lengths. Image credit: L. Šmejda.
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