Materials from archaeological excavations in Wilczyce
The collection presents selected materials from a grave of the Corded Ware culture and surface finds from the area of the Wilczyce commune including: hatchets, axes, arrow heads and other flake tools. Wilczyce site 10 was discovered in 1994 during the surface research organized by PhD Hanna Kowalewska-Marszałek from IAE PAS as a part of the Archaeological Survey of Poland project (AZP 88-73/10).The site is located in the commune of Wilczyce, Sandomierz county, Świętokrzyskie voivodeship. The stationary excavations began in 1998 under the supervision of Dr Janusz Fiedorczuk. After his death, the research from 2004 to 2010 was headed by Professor Romuald Schild. From 2011, the excavations were taken over by Dr Tomasz Boroń. The remains of settlements of Palaeolithic (Magdalenian culture), Neolithic (Globular Amphora culture, Złocka culture, Corded Ware culture) and Bronze Age (Mierzanowice culture, Trzciniec culture) were discovered during many years of excavations.
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