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dc.contributor.authorBobak, Dariusz
dc.contributor.authorŁanczont, Maria
dc.contributor.authorNowak, Adam
dc.contributor.authorPołtowicz-Bobak, Marta
dc.contributor.authorTokarczyk, Sabina
dc.description.abstractIn the article there are presented the latest results (2009–2010) of the research of the archaeological site No. 31 in Wierzawice. It was possible to identify there the remains of the hunting camp of the population of the Magdalenian culture, referred to the period of the warm Allerod oscilla- tion (14 th thousand. BC; one of latest Magdalenian sites in Central Europe!), indicated by the radiocarbon dating. It was discovered over 2600 flint artifacts deposited on a very small area (about 8 m 2 )(i.e. microtiths, burins, cores. flakes, blades and chips).en
dc.publisherRzeszowski Ośrodek Archeologiczny
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dc.subjectSouth-Eastern Polanden
dc.subjectCentral Europeen
dc.subjectriver valleysen
dc.subjectflint technologyen
dc.titleWierzawice, st. 31 – nowy ślad osadnictwa magdaleńskiego w Polsce południowo-wschodniejpl
dc.contributor.organizationInstitute of Archaeology, University of Rzeszówpl
dc.description.epersonDariusz Bobak

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