CELTIC COINS FOUND AT SIDE 2 IN MODLNICZKA, DIST. CRACOW
During excavations conducted by The Cracow Team for Archaeological Supervision of Motorway Construction on the Tyniec group settlement at site 2 in Modlniczka, dist. Cracow, two Celtic coins (one-eighth of a stater and a stater), belonging to the circle of the Boii minting, were found. The first one is dated to LT D1 period, the other to B1 phase of the Roman period. The Tyniec group settlement, on which the coins were uncovered, was developing between LT C period and the beginnings of the Roman period (B1 phase). Such a late dating of its decline is possible thanks to discovery of a hut, where pottery of the third phase of the Tyniec group was accompanied with an eye brooch A 49 as well as Panonia and Noricum brooch A 236.
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