Manufacturing rectangular-sectioned axes in a Corded Ware culture in the light of refittings at Wilczyce 10, district Sandomierz (Poland)
- Late Neolithic,
- Corded Ware culture,
- rectangular-sectioned axes
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Boroń, T. (2017). Manufacturing rectangular-sectioned axes in a Corded Ware culture in the light of refittings at Wilczyce 10, district Sandomierz (Poland). Archeologické Rozhledy, 69(3), 385–398. https://doi.org/10.35686/AR.2017.22
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Site Wilczyce is situated on Sandomierz Upland in the south of Poland. It was discovered in 1994 during a systematic archaeological survey within the project Archaeological Picture of Poland. The flint material constituting the source database for the analysis of the production of rectangular-sectioned axes was excavated during the exploration of feature No. 11. The collection of flint artifacts consists of 271 items. In course of laboratory works refitted were 13 blocks, each counting from 2 to 26 elements.
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