PROBLEMATYKA HALSZTACKICH TZW. NAGOLENNIKÓW PUSTYCH WEWNĄTRZ Z TERENU POLSKI NA PRZYKŁADZIE ZNALEZISKA GROMADNEGO Z OKOLIC TYKOCINA, POW. BIAŁOSTOCKI
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AN ARTEFACT FROM A DEPOSIT DISCOVERED IN THE VICINITY OF TYKOCIN, BIAŁYSTOK DISTRICT, AS AN EXAMPLE OF THE SO-CALLED HOLLOW HALLSTATT ANKLETS FROM THE POLISH TERRITORY
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This article presents the so-called bronze undecorated hollow anklets. Features of this type of artefacts are elucidated in the following description of an item which most likely constitutes a part of a hoard discovered in the vicinity of Tykocin. This deposit also consisted of a “bracelet” with overlapping ends, “appliqués” and two small fragments of other objects, possibly jewellery. The undecorated variety of the so-called hollow anklets is represented in markedly lower numbers than the decorated type. Most specimens found in Poland come from Pomerania; outside this area only isolated ones have been discovered. Rather few objects representing the undecorated anklets in Germany were also dispersed. Artefacts of this type are not homogeneous and most are dated to the Hallstatt C period.
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