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Search for: [Abstract = "Zdzisław A. Rajewski was one of a group of the most outstanding twentieth century Polish archaeologists. He was a student of Professor J. Kostrzewski and his assistant in organising the 1934–1939 archaeological excavation of the Early Iron Age fortified lake village of the Lusatian Culture in Biskupin. After the Second World War, Z.A. Rajewski continued to excavate at Biskupin and, starting from 1949, was also actively involved in running the national Millennium programme of research on the origins of the Polish statehood. For a quarter of a century \(1949–1974\), Rajewski was Director of the State Archaeological Museum in Warsaw. Next to the archaeology of Biskupin and its micro\-region, his other research interests included prehistoric and early medieval symbolic culture, battlefield archaeology, innovative methods of research and museum sciences."]

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