Ana­lecta Archa­eolo­gica Res­so­viensia vol. 11 (2016)


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    Polish Archaeological Investigations on Linear Construction Projects – Contemporaneity and Tradition
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2016) Chochorowski, Jan
    Research excavations accompanying large construction projects have become the most important collective experience for Polish archaeologists over the last twenty years. The lack of substantive control from the state over the selection of the contractors conducting these excavations has resulted in the erosion of the rules of methodologically proper conduct, and even (sometimes) in the excavations losing their status as research activity. Despite having great traditions in the realisation of large-scale programs of archaeological research, the Polish archaeological community proved vulnerable to phenomena such as the loss of corporate solidarity, professional ethos, and sense of mission.
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    Bronze Age Hoard of Axes Found in Oficjałów, Opatów Commune, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2016) Florek, Marek
    In 2011, a hoard consisting of 3 bronze flanged axes (with a funnel-shaped face), so called Bohemian type was found in the village Oficjałów, Opatów commune, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship. The hoard can be dated to the middle period of the Bronze Age (HA1 phase). Regarding Polish territories, similar axes, mainly discovered in hoards, rarely individually, occasionally in burial complexes, are known mostly from Silesia, and also from western Lesser Poland, rarely from other regions. This is the third hoard of bronze items discovered on the Sandomierz Uplands and the first one containing axes. It may be the evidence of influence of the Western Lesser Poland group of the Lusatian culture (possibly even in the form of infiltration of small groups of people) on “Lusatian settlement” appearing on the Sandomierz Uplands. What is more, we cannot exclude the possibility that, together with other hoards and individual bronze artefacts from this area, it is the evidence of contacts of the local group of the Trzciniec culture with the “Lusatian” environment in the Sandomierz Upland.
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    Two Fibulae from the Early Iron Age Found out of Context in Eastern Wielkopolska
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2016) Kaczmarek, Maciej; Wawrzyniak, Mateusz
    The paper discusses the non-contextual finds of two bronze fibulae, coming from the Early Iron Age, revealed in eastern Wielkopolska by amateur metal detecting searchers (detectorists). One of them represents an unknown form, morphologically similar to Tłukomy type, whereas the other one (only its bow has been preserved) probably belongs to the Wymysłowo-Wroblewo type, isolated in the items collection as a brooch with a decorative foot (Fusszierfibeln). Both copies are an element to research the relative chronology of the decline of the Hallstatt period and the beginning of the Pre-Roman period in Wielkopolska.
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    A Few Remarks on the Presence of Wood in Funeral Rites of the Lusatian Cultural in the Lublin Region
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2016) Kłosińska, Elżbieta Małgorzata
    In the Early Iron Age, there were burial cemeteries (Bliskowice, Krupy, Lublin-Jakubowice Murowane) in the Lublin region where wooden chests/sarcophagi were built, probably as family graves. These cemeteries were arranged in order: rows of graves were running along the E-W axis, and each chest was located along the S-N axis. The dead, equipped with vessels and animal food, were burnt together with the chest. This custom refers to the burial rite performed by the population of the Western-Podolian Scythian culture. Previously, in the Bronze Age, population of the Lusatian culture used wood during funerary rites, but to a lesser extent (palisades and fences).