Ana­lecta Archa­eolo­gica Res­so­viensia vol. 5 (2010)


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    The Application of Advanced Technology of Archaeological Geophysical Research in Combination with DEM (Digital Elevation Model), Aerial Photographs, and 3D Scans
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2010) Porzuczek, Łukasz
    The aim of the article is to present the application of advanced technology of archaeological geophysical research in combination with digital elevation model, aerial photographs, and 3D scans. The described methods are illustrated with a few selected examples of archaeological investigations made by the author.
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    Relics of the Late Mediaeval Defensive Residence in Zawalów Kolonia in the Light of Geophysical Research
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2010) Ordutowski, Jakub
    Author considers geophysical research focusing on localization and recognition of the defensive structures and residential buildings of a the Late Mediaeval motte and bailey earthwork at Zawalów Kolonia in eastern part of Poland. The motte that is the subject of this paper is one of the largest and best surviving of its kind in Poland. In the survey the magnetic method was used with a Geoscan Research fluxgate gradientometer FM 256 with 0.1 nT resolution.
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    Aerial Surveys of the Earthwork Castle in Czermno. Preliminary Interpretations and Reconstructions of the Early Medieval Elements of the Settlement Complex
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2010) Poznański, Marek
    Author explores the possibilities of aerial survey over the Early Medieval settlement complex, including castle at Czermno on the Polish-Ukrainian border. Aerial investigations allowed to detect moats and ditches, jetty, earthwork castle buildings, dwellings on the suburb, roads, piers and other constructions. Now it is possible to integrate historical data, results of excavations and mentioned aerial survey into a reconstructed picture of Cherven/Czerwień, presumed capital of Rotburgenland.
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    Die Belegungszeit der Przeworsk-Kultur-Nekropolen
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2010) Tokarczyk, Tomasz
    Author considers the length of functioning of Przeworsk culture cemeteries on the base of detailed chronology. A half of them was used from 160 to 300 years. Only few cemeteries lasted longer time. Most of them was initiated in two periods: A1 and B2. The end of cemeteries is also mainly dated on two periods: the turn of B2/C1 and the beginning of Migration Period.
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    The “Megalithic” Iron Age Culture in South India – Some General Remarks
    (Fundacja Rzeszowskiego Ośrodka Archeologicznego, 2010) Sudyka, Joanna
    The scope of the paper is to give an up-to-date account of general features of a unique cultural phenomenon which is the South Indian Iron Age. The distribution, chronology, material culture, funerary customs, including the typology of megaliths, and socio-economical issues are outlined. The studies on the material culture of South Indian Iron Age communities revealed its huge complexity. This cultural phenomenon, which had originated around 1000 BC, probably in the northern regions of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, and spread across the vast space of Indian subcontinent, amazes by its simultaneous diversity and uniformity.