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2009-2010 | Tom VIII (XLIX), fasc. B | 163-165
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Adamów, woj. mazowieckie. Badania w latach 2007-2009

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Adamów, the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. Excavations in 2007-2009
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Sites in Adamów (AZP ‘Archeologiczne Zdjęcie Polski - Archaeological Record of Poland’ 58-62/1 and 58-63/56) are located in the Łowicz-Błonie Plain, c. 35 km to the west of Warsaw. The sites were discovered in 1973 by S. Woyda in the course of field survey. In 2007 archaeological rescue excavations of sites located on the route of the planned A2 motorway were started. In the course of three excavation seasons a total surface of 371 ares was examined, with 1074 archaeological features having been discovered. Altogether 80042 archaeological finds were gathered from the cultural layer (which was c. 20 cm thick) and from the fills of the features. Based on these finds, it can be said that settlement in this territory began in the Late Palaeolithic and continued to the Modern Period. Obviously, its intensity varied in individual periods. The earliest traces of settlement come from the Late Palaeolithic and/or the Mesolithic. The next stages of populating are to be related to the Neolithic or the Early Bronze Age, to the Trzciniec Culture and then to the Jastorf Culture. The most abundant settlement traces were left, however, by the population of the Lusatian Culture. The analysis of planigraphy of recorded features and their cultural and chronological pertinence leaves no doubt that identified sites are in fact one vast site
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