The earliest farming communities north of the Carpathians: The settlement at Gwozdziec site 2

Czekaj-Zastawny, Agnieszka ✉; Rauba-Bukowska, Anna; Kukulka, Agnieszka; Kufel-Diakowska, Bernadeta; Litynska-Zajac, Maria; Moskal-del Hoyo, Magdalena; Wilczynski, Jaroslaw

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: PLOS ONE 1932-6203 15 (1) Paper: e0227008 , 37 p. 2020
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    The appearance of the Linear Pottery Culture (LBK) on Poland territory initiated the process of neolithization in the area. However, as we will see in this article, this colonization took place later than previously thought. The stage, which in Poland is called as the early phase, actually corresponds only to the Fomborn/Ackovy stage of LBK, and the earliest dating currently indicates around 5350 BC. Due to the small number of sites from this phase excavated on a large scale in Poland, this stage of the culture's development is poorly known. The Gwozdziec Project is focused on the earliest stage of LBK settlement in south-eastern Poland. Excavation at the site was finished in 2018. Therefore, the article presents preliminary results of interdisciplinary analyzes, such as research on ceramics, flint production and use, and botanical remains. They point to various aspects of the economy of these early agricultural communities and significantly enrich the knowledge of this period in Central Europe. They also expose the chronological development of the oldest LBK development stage in Poland.
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    2021-11-27 20:45