Ana­lecta Archa­eolo­gica Res­so­viensia vol. 7 (2012)

The seventh volume of this periodical develops two trends seen in a number of earlier volumes of Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia. One trend is to focus on themes and this volume, entitled Archaeology in a town, a town in archaeology, addresses the archaeology of medieval and early modern towns. This theme originated at the conference “Towns of Lublin Land in the Middle Ages and Early Modern period. Problems and Research Perspectives“, which was held at MCSU in Lublin, 6–7 December 2007. Our volume presents this topic in a broader geographical context. The second trend is the attempt to reflect the problems of urban archaeology as a subject of interdisciplinary studies. The predominant archaeological perspective is complemented by articles reflecting on the theory of archaeology of “the second degree”, cultural anthropology, geography, history and urban planning. This volume also contains contributions celebrating the 80th birthday of eminent art historian Jadwiga Teodorowicz-Czerepińska, a researcher of urban planning and the urbanisation of Podkarpacie and Lublin areas.


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    An interview of Jadwiga Teodorowicz-Czerepińska (J.T.Cz.) by Dr Jan Gurba (J.G.)
    (Institute of Archaeology Rzeszów University, 2012) Gurba, Jan
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    Mrs Jadzia – that sounds proud!
    (Institute of Archaeology Rzeszów University, 2012) Michalska, Grażyna; Studziński, Jacek
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    (rec.) Alina Jaszewska (red.), Wicina. Katalog zabytków metalowych
    (Institute of Archaeology Rzeszów University, 2012) Malinowski, Tadeusz
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    Franziskanerinnen im Stadtraum von Zamość im 17. Jh., im Lichte der archäologisch- historischkartographischen Forschungen
    (Institute of Archaeology Rzeszów University, 2012) Mazecki, Tomasz; Woźniak, Marta
    Authors’ aimin this article is an interdisciplinary approach to localizing the first residence of the Franciscan sisters in the 17th century in Zamość. This work is based on unpublished analysis of archaeological and supervisory research, historical monographs and cartographic sources. A review of other publications concerning the same issue however from a more general point of view gives a reason for further critical considerations regarding the matter of localizing the original Franciscan sisters in the area of Ordynacja Zamoyska – a capital city of that times. An archaeological method was compared to the cartographic sources what resulted in providing especially significant pieces of information. The above mentioned issue in the history of Zamość has never been considered as a distinct field of any study.
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    The historical development of Końskowola
    (Institute of Archaeology Rzeszów University, 2012) Niedźwiadek, Rafał
    Końskowola was granted a town charter in the early 16th century. The town was founded by Andrzej Tęczyński. Archaeological and historical sources imply that permanent settlement in that area began already in the early Middle Ages. At first parish was founded and then management center for nobles goods was established. The creation of the city was the culmination of this process.