Ciałopalne cmentarzysko ludności kultury łużyckiej z Januszewic stanowisko 14, pow. Opoczno
MetadataShow full item record
This paper, in an abridged form, presents materials obtained from a cemetery of the Lusatian Culture at Januszewice site 14, Opoczno district. Its main aim is to try and interpret the cemetery’s spatial organization, as well as its presentation in comparison to other funeral sites with similar, specic burial forms. The cemetery at Januszewice belongs to a group of cemeteries with mixed burial rituals. Here, urn and pit graves have been recorded (together 33 objects). All the graves were very poorly furnished and badly damaged. Only the lower parts of vessels and bottoms of grave pits have been recorded. No metal artifacts have been found, and anthropological material was very poor. The Chronology of the discussed site should be connected with the Hallstatt D. It was located in an area of different inuences of the upper Silesian – Little Poland, central Poland and east Great Poland groups.