New data regarding the question of interregional contacts in the Iron Age. Results of a surface survey in Czechy, Kraków district
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Surface surveys on a newly, accidentally discovered site in Czechy, Kraków district, yielded a large series of finds associated with the Przeworsk culture settlement. Its chronology ranged from the younger Pre-Roman Iron Age all the way to the early Migration Period. The detailed surface survey revealed numerous imports from the Celtic and Dacian settlement zones, as well as items of a provincial Roman origin. The finds presented in the paper indicate that the most intensive contacts with areas south of the Carpathians might be dated to the final stage of the La Tène period and the turn of the early and late Roman Iron Age.
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