The authoress presents archaeological materials excavated at the Lusatian culture settlement in Koszanowo, wielkopolskie voivodeship and in particular the typological and stylistic analyses of pottery excavated during the rescue excavations. Relics of the outskirts of the Lusatian culture settlement were recorded, including 13 settlement features and a few hundreds of pottery fragments. Most of settlement features represented refuse pits. In spite of not numerous remains the described settlement of Lusatian culture confirms intensive settlement pattern in the Late Hallstatt period in the Szamotuly region. There are also results of some osteological and dendrological analyses, which deliver additional information about subsistence strategies of the settlers.
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