The last stage of our December tour was a visit to the National Museum of Lithuania in Vilnius, where we realised the second stage of sampling unique wooden artefacts discovered at a Subneolithic site in Sventoji for the anthracological analyses and radiocarbon dating. It is a supplementing study to our main project focused on bone artefacts. It was a lot of very precise and stressful work, but we are sure that the results of these studies will be stunning 🙂
Now we are finally back in Poland. Happy Christmas and a lot of joy in the coming year to all of You:)
In the second half of December, we visited beautiful Tallinn in Estonia, where we analyzed bone artifacts from the Mesolithic site of Pulli. We thank the staff of the Archaeological research collection, Tallinn University, for their warm welcome and all their help 🙂
Working with artefacts from Pulli (Estonia)Working with artefacts from Pulli (Estonia)Bone bevel ended tools from Pulli (Estonia)
We invite all interested to read a new article regarding the osseous artefacts discovered in the Late Mesolithic burial no 57 and Neolithic burial no 164 at Zvejnieki cemetery in Latvia, which appeared in the Quaternary International Journal!!!
Osipowicz, G., Orłowska, J., & Zagorska, I. (2022). Towards understanding the influence of Neolithisation for communities using the Zvejnieki cemetery, Latvia : a technological and functional analysis of the osseous artefacts discovered in the Late Mesolithic burial no 57 and Neolithic burial no 164. Quaternary International, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2022.11.007