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OSTEOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL AND GENETIC ANALYSES OF THE HUMAN SKELETON FROM A NEOLITHIC SITE REPRESENTING THE GLOBULAR AMPHORA CULTURE (KOWAL, KUYAVIA REGION, POLAND)

@inproceedings{Kozlowski2014OSTEOLOGICALCA,
  title={OSTEOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL AND GENETIC ANALYSES OF THE HUMAN SKELETON FROM A NEOLITHIC SITE REPRESENTING THE GLOBULAR AMPHORA CULTURE (KOWAL, KUYAVIA REGION, POLAND)},
  author={T. Kozlowski and B. Stepańczak and Laurie J Reitsema and G. Osipowicz and K. Szostek and T. Płoszaj and K. Jędrychowska-Dańska and C. Paluszkiewicz and H. Witas},
  year={2014}
}
  • T. Kozlowski, B. Stepańczak, +6 authors H. Witas
  • Published 2014
  • In 2007 a ceremonial complex representing the Globular Amphora Culture was discovered in Kowal (the Kuyavia region, Poland). Radiocarbon dating demonstrated that the human remains associated with the complex are of similar antiquity, i.e., 4.105 ± 0.035 conv. and 3.990 ± 0.050 conv. Kyrs. After calibration, this suggests a period between 2850 and 2570 BC (68.2% likelihood), or more specifically, 2870 to 2500 BC (95.4% likelihood). Morphological data indicate that the skeleton belonged to a male… CONTINUE READING
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