The author presents the Globular Amphora Culture box grave in Kolonia Depultycze Nowe in the Eastern Poland (Eastern Lublin Region). The grave represents the Podolia type. It contained uncomplete rests of one adult man. The equipment consisted of amber's beads (6 pieces), one retouched shaving of flint of the Volhynia raw material, one tool of the boar's fang, fragments of one or a few vessels and 3 fragments of cattle bones. The object was robbed in the indefinited past. The analysis of the construction and contents allow connecting it with the Eastern Lublin group. The grave was built about 2500 BC.
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