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Development of modern forest zones in the Beskid Niski Mts. and adjacent area (Western Carpathians) in the late Holocene: A palaeobotanical perspective
Abstract The Beskid Niski Mts. and the foothill area of the Carpathians are under-represented in pollen data due to the unfavorable conditions for peat formation. This contribution is a reviewExpand
The environmental and cultural contexts of the late Iron Age and medieval settlement in the Mazurian Lake District, NE Poland: combined palaeobotanical and archaeological data
Pollen analysis of sediments from three lakes and analysis of plant macroremains including charcoal from archaeological sites in the Mazurian Lake District provide new data for the reconstruction ofExpand
Trees and shrubs used in medieval Poland for making everyday objects
  • K. Cywa
  • Geography
  • Vegetation History and Archaeobotany
  • 2017
This article presents the results of the wood identification of 3,867 everyday objects dated from the 9th to the 15th century ad, which were excavated from 48 medieval strongholds and early urbanExpand
Early Holocene hydrology and environments of the Ner River (Poland)
The Ner River valley (central Poland) underwent substantial transformation during the Weichselian–Holocene transition as a result of fluvial processes and climate changes, resulting in theExpand
Pollen seasons of selected tree and shrub taxa in Krakow and its neighbourhood
The aim of the study was to compare the dynamics of pollen seasons of selected tree and shrub taxa among measurement sites in Krakow and its neighbourhood. The study was performed in Krakow andExpand
Plant macroremains from an early Neolithic site in eastern Kuyavia, central Poland
The relatively high proportion of small-grain grasses, usually interpreted as traces of fodder, together with the scarcity of crop remains at the Wolica Nowa site, suggests that the site was connected more with animal husbandry than with agriculture. Expand
Plants and environment: results of archaeobotanical research of the Bronze Age settlements in the Carpathian Foothills in Poland
Abstract The first permanent occupation in the micro-region localized around Janowice, in the middle valley of the Dunajec river in the Polish Carpathian Foothills, begun at the turn of the MiddleExpand
First representative xylological data on the exploitation of wood by early medieval woodcrafters in the Polesia region, southwestern Belarus
Abstract The xylological determinations and analysis of technical properties of wood used in Early Medieval stronghold at Dawidgrodek for making everyday life equipment provided insight into theExpand
: Rakushechny Yar site: lacustrine and fluvial deposits, buried soils and shell platforms from 6th mill. BC
The Rakushechny Yar site is a floodplain multi-layer archaeological site encompassing strata dated from the Early Neolithic to the Bronze Age. It is characterised by a complex stratigraphy, with theExpand
Lacustrine, fluvial and slope deposits in the wetland shore area in Serteya, Western Russia
The article presents the results of a study on sediment deposition processes in the palaeolake shore zone, at the multilayered Serteya II archaeological site in Western Russia. In recent years,Expand