Wstęp / Introduction
by Eugeniusz Tomczak 1, Anita Szczepanek 2, Paweł Jarosz 2
1 – Independent researcher, Katowice, email@example.com; 2 – Instytut Archeologii i Etnologii PAN, Ośrodek Archeologii Gór i Wyżyn, ul. Sławkowska 17, 31-016 Kraków
In: E. Tomczak, A. Szczepanek, P. Jarosz 2021. Gogolin-Strzebniów, stanowisko 12. Cmentarzysko kultury łużyckiej na Wyżynie Śląskiej, Ocalone Dziedzictwo Archeologiczne 11, Pękowice: Stowarzyszenie Archeologów Terenowych „Stater”, Wydawnictwo Profil-Archeo, p. 7-10.
Summary: Excavations at the site were conducted in 1972 by E. Tomczak, and were financed by the Provincial Conservator of Heritage in Opole. The total excavated area was approximately 435 m2. Publication of the results and the isotopic analyses were financed by the National Institute of Cultural Heritage project No. 17700/20 entitled “Bi-ritual cemetery of the Lusatian culture in Gogolin in the Silesian Upland. Interdisciplinary research perspectives”. The site is located within the Chełm mesoregion, which is the westernmost part of the Silesian Upland. It is covered with Quaternary sediments in the form of clay and sand. The cemetery is located about 4 km east of the Oder River, at the northern slope of a small hump. In 1972, this area administratively belonged to Strzebniów, but soon after it became part of Gogolin.