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Thirteen cave sites: settlement patterns in Sąspów Valley, Polish Jura

  • Małgorzata Kot (a1), Natalia Gryczewska (a1), Claudio Berto (a1), Michał Wojenka (a2), Marcin Szeliga (a3), Elżbieta Jaskulska (a1), Rafał Fetner (a1), Magdalena Krajcarz (a4), Krzysztof Wertz (a5), Katarzyna Zarzecka-Szubińska (a6), Maciej T. Krajcarz (a7), Magdalena Moskal-del Hoyo (a8), Michał Leloch (a1) and Michał Jakubczak (a9)...

Abstract

This project aims to reconstruct the settlement patterns and palaeoenvironment of the Sąspów Valley in the Polish Jura by combining unpublished archaeological fieldwork with results of recent excavations at 13 cave sites.

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Thirteen cave sites: settlement patterns in Sąspów Valley, Polish Jura

  • Małgorzata Kot (a1), Natalia Gryczewska (a1), Claudio Berto (a1), Michał Wojenka (a2), Marcin Szeliga (a3), Elżbieta Jaskulska (a1), Rafał Fetner (a1), Magdalena Krajcarz (a4), Krzysztof Wertz (a5), Katarzyna Zarzecka-Szubińska (a6), Maciej T. Krajcarz (a7), Magdalena Moskal-del Hoyo (a8), Michał Leloch (a1) and Michał Jakubczak (a9)...

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