THE ASSEMBLAGE OF THE JERZMANOWICE CULTURE FROM KRAKÓW-ZWIERZYNIEC I
The study focuses on archaeological material from Kraków-Zwierzyniec, the only known Jerzmanowician open site. Technological, typological, statistical examination of the flint material; stratigrafical position and comparative examination for dating the site and finding it's cultural connection were carried out. The assemblage of the site was reconstructed as far as possible; it is strongly destroyed, but still clear Jerzmanowician site. It was non-specialized settlement site, occupied for a short period of time. Thanks to stratigraphy and typology comparing, the site may be dated for Hengelo warm period of the last glaciation; there are many typical Jerzmanowician elements in assemblage - like leaf points, burins, flat retouch. We have to do with the first known open site of Jerzmanowice culture; it proves that it was not only specialized cave-hunting facies of other industry.
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