Vetera et nova, t.2 - Całowanie

Redaktor serii: Zofia Sulgostowska
Całowanie A Final Paleolithic and Early mesolithic Site on Island in the Ancient Vistula ChannelCałowanie A Final Paleolithic and Early mesolithic Site on Island in the Ancient Vistula Channel
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Seria: Vetera et nova. Opracowanie źródeł archeologicznych z zasobów IAE PAN nowymi metodami badawczymi, t.2
Redaktor serii: Zofia Sulgostowska
Tytuł: Całowanie. A Final Paleolithic and Early Mesolithic Site on an Island in the Ancient Vistula Channel
Redaktor: Romuald Schild
Wydawca: Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences
Miejsce: Warsaw
Rok wydania: 2014
Język: angielski
Liczba stron:  376
Format: A4
Okładka: twarda
ISBN: 978-83-63760-30-4


The Pękatka Hill of Całowanie, a small sandy mound surrounded by the Całowanie Moor, a large expanse of wetlands filling a Late Glacial fossil Vistula Valley, is a place where artifacts of nearly 40 Final Paleolithic occupation units lay buried in alluvial and dune sands and peat bogs. Most of the units were left by small groups of the Stone Age hunter-gatherers making uncountable and recurrent visits to the same spot, drawn by many attractions of the contiguous areas. The Pękatka Hill preserved a 5000-year long dormant record of their world.

The present book, offered to the gracious readers, attempts to put together all the information gathered during many years of excavations, field and lab work and writing. Changing environments, lithology and the dynamics of sediment deposition on the hill and in the surrounding marshes is quite well mirrored by the functional makeups of flint tool kits and spatial histories of core processing, tool repair, and discard. It also tells us that the seasonality of landscape use and, therefore, camping was the major name of the game in those remote times as well as throughout all of prehistory.

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Spis treści

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CHAPTER I. Introduction
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CHAPTER II. Geomorphology, Stratigraphy, Paleoecology and Radiochronology
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General Geomorphic Setting and Macro-Stratigraphy. An Overview
CHAPTER III. Archaeological Materials
Romuald Schild, Dagmara Mańka, Halina Królik and Maria Marczak
Level I
Level II
Level III
Level IV
Level IVa. Old Tanged Point (OTP) Assemblage
Level IVb. Arch Backed Piece Technocomplex
Level V
Level VI
Levels VII and VIII 
CHAPTER IV. Functional Analysis of Selected Flint Assemblages
Małgorzata Winiarska-Kabacińska
Assemblages with Arched Backed Pieces and Endscrapers (Arch Backed Pieces Technocomplex) 
The Younger Tanged Point Assemblage 
CHAPTER V. Masovian Camp Organization in Cut I as Seen From the Perspective of Lithic Artifacts Refitting
Jan Fiedorczuk 
Methods and Results of Refitting 
Settlement Structures in Sites of the Masovian Complex Features 
Spatial Relationships Between Identified Structures 
Structure Systems vs. Occupation Episodes, or the Spatial Organization of Campsite
CHAPTER VI. Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Vegetation History and Use of Plant Foods in the Middle Vistula River Valley at Całowanie
Lucy Kubiak-Martens and Kazimierz Tobolski 
Materials and Methods
Interpretation of Pollen Record (L PAZ) and Chronology 
Interpretation of Plant Macrofossil Records (L MAZ)
Vegetation History of the Site Area Through the Occupation Phases 
Plant Foods in Subsistence of the Site Dwellers 
CHAPTER VII. A Synthesis
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The Place of the Taxonomic Lithic Entities from Całowanie in the Final Paleolithic of Poland 
The Pękatka Hill Settlement