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2016 | 68 | 409-419
Article title

From potatoes to barrows, or there and back again

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Abstracts
EN
The dissemination of potato cultivation in the territory of Poland created a necessity for the regular removal of stones from the surface of fields. The structures built with the use of these stones can imitate barrows, for example. This issue was analysed when studying the cemetery of the Pomeranian culture in Nowa Sikorska Huta. The author also addresses the problem in the role that imagination can play when employed for the interpretation of archaeological objects.
Year
Volume
68
Pages
409-419
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Contributors
  • Institute of Archaeology, Łódź University, Uniwersytecka 3 st., 90-137 Łódź, Poland, rzepecki@poczta.onet.pl
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