Korzeniówka Mała, woj. podlaskie. Badania w latach 2009-2010
Korzeniówka Mała, the Podlaskie Voivodeship. Excavations in 2009-2010
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In 2009 and 2010, the Institute of Archaeology UW team, conducted by Michał Dzik MA, undertook excavations on Early Medieval burial-site in Korzeniówka Mała, the Podlaskie Voivodeship. During two seasons 3 barrows were investigated. In the barrow no. 1 there was found a cover made of three layers of cobblestone. Beneath the cover in the centre of the barrow, a cremation burial was revealed. At the foothill of the barrow no. 2 there was found inhumation burial in almost complete decomposition. It was surrounded by 26 coffin nails. By the skeleton there were found iron parts of wooden stave bucket and also: iron knife, glass bead and jewelry made of silver: finger ring and two temple rings including one with filigree bead with granulation. In the barrow no. 3, with stone wreath, the cremation burial was found. The bones were uncovered on the mound, sur- rounded by 8 iron nails. The barrow no. 1 cannot be dated later than the second half of the 12th c. Two other objects are dated approximately to the 11th and 12th c.
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