The paper aims at presentation of results of salvage excavations carried out at a cremation urnfield at Wroclaw zerniki (site no. 4). Apart from introduction, geomorphological properties of the area, state of preservation and grave forms, the text includes results of studies on discovered artefacts. They were mostly made of ceramics, however some items made of bronze, iron and lithic were analysed as well. On the basis of morphologic and stylistic properties of reconstructed vessels, it was concluded that the urnfield, despite its small size, had been used for several centuries i.e. from the Hallstatt A2 to C periods. However, obtained data do not allow to establish if the site was used continuously. The text contains closing remarks on the site against the background of other known sites of similar chronology.
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