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Title: Late Neolithic Hilltop Communities in Central Kujawy
Authors: Kośko, Aleksander
Szmyt, Marzena
Translator: Piątkowska, Grażyna
Martini, Sarah
Rand, Asta
Keywords: Late Neolithic
Kujawy region
4 th and 3 rd millennium BC
settlement practices
funeral practices
Issue Date: Dec-2021
Publisher: Faculty of Archaeology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
Citation: Treasures of Time: Research of the Faculty of Archaeology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (2021) D. Żurkiewicz (Ed.). pp. 102-123
Abstract: The article presents the history and the most important results of archaeological research on the so-called Prokopiak’s Mount at Opatowice in the Kujawy region. Archaeologists from the Adam Mickiewicz University conducted surveys and excavations there for several years - from 1983 to 1998. Remains of settlements and graves discovered on the hill come mainly from the 4 th and 3 rd mill. BC and represent several units of the archaeological taxonomy: the Funnel Beaker culture, the Globular Amphora culture, the Corded Ware culture, the Neman culture, and the Proto-Bronze group. Since 2006, a special series of monographs of individual sites has been published. To date, five volumes have been published, and more are being prepared. Thanks to meticulous investigations as well as comprehensive and multifaceted scientific analyzes, the Prokopiak’s Mount at Opatowice is one of the best-recognized micro-regions of Late Neolithic settlement in Kujawy and is a reference point for extensive comparative research. This applies, for example, to the local scale of absolute chronology, various components of material culture, forms of settlements and camps, ceremonial and funeral practices, as well as economic activities.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10593/26715
DOI: 10.14746/WA.2021.6.978-83-946591-9-6
ISBN: 978-83-946591-9-6
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