Flint Mining Among the Early Farming Communities of Poland
Staringia , Volume 6 - Issue 1 p. 39- 45
The beginnings of flint mining in Poland go back as far as the hunting and gathering groups in the late Pleistocene, but the major developments only take place when the Danubian I culture (LBK) appears in the Vistula and Oder river basins. In conventional radiocarbon chronology, flint mining spans the whole period from the late 5th to the middle of the 2nd Millennium B.C.
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