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1 – an iron two-edged sword, bent four times, type IX/3 / Nydam-Kragehul variant 2 of Biborski;
2 – an iron spearhead with a bent wide leaf, type XX of Kaczanowski;
3 – an iron shield boss with a destroyed dome (from impact of the spearhead), type K1 of Zieling;
4 – an iron shield-grip, type 9/X of Jahn/Zieling. The following objects were also found in the grave: an iron buckle with a slightly thickened oval frame, type AH30 of Madyda-Legutko; a fragment of ornamented comb made of a horn, type IA of Thomas; a fragment of hand-shaped pottery.

The cremation grave deposited in an urn was found during the archaeological excavation in 1987 led by Zbigniew Nowakowski from the State Archaeological Museum in Warsaw. A total of 211 cremation graves were at the cemetery – majority of them are dated to the 2nd century – the 4th century AD. The late phase of the cemetery (the 3rd century – the 4th century AD) is characterized by a significant decrease in the number of burials. Grave 173 clearly stands out with the rich inventory of a foot warrior.

Chronology:

the 4th century AD

Museum collection:

the State Archaeological Museum in Warsaw

by J. Andrzejowski

Exhibition organised by:

mns uw

Project co-organised by:

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