Friday, December 18, 2020

I See My Artistic Sensibilities Are On Par With 11th Century Rusticism

From Heritage Daily:

Archaeologists excavating in the village of Poniatach Wielkie, within the Pułtusk County, Masovian Voivodeship, of east-central Poland have discovered hundreds of metal objects that date from the 11th / 12th-13th centuries.

Evidence of human occupation from the Middle Ages has been widely documented in the vicinity of Poniatach Wielkie, with the first large-scale archaeological study recently financed by the Mazowieckie Provincial Conservator of Monuments from 2019 to present, during the construction of modern gas reservoirs.

During their research, archaeologists found the remains of furnaces, rubbish pits, wells, and over 200 metal and ceramic objects that reveal the economic development of the medieval settlement.


And from Descopera (Romania)

O descoperire atipică a fost făcută în Polonia 
Belt buckle