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Uit de kluiten gewassen: een toevalsvondst van ijzertijdurnen in een grafheuvelcomplex te Postel (Mol, prov. Antwerpen, België)

Název česky Přemoženo: náhodný nález uren z doby železné v mohylovém komplexu v Postelu (Mol, prov. Antverpy, Belgie)
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MEYLEMANS Erwin ANNAERT Rica CAPUZZO Giacomo DEFORCE Koen LINDERS Leentje VAN DONINCK Jef VESELKA Barbara SABAUX Charlotte DALLE Sarah BOUDIN Mathieu HLAD Marta SALESSE Kévin Alexis André SENGELOV Amanda STAMATAKI Elisavet WARMENBOL Eugene VERCAUTEREN Martine DE MULDER Guy SNOECK Christophe

Rok publikování 2022
Druh Článek v odborném periodiku
Časopis / Zdroj Lunula : Archaeologia protohistorica
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Přírodovědecká fakulta

Citace
Klíčová slova anthropology;cremated bone;radiocarbon dating,;ron Age
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Popis On the basis of the Digital Height Model Flanders, in 2016 in the forest area north of Postel . Abbey (Mole) a hitherto unknown and very well preserved burial mound complex discovered (Meylemans et al. 2017). This complex was protected as an archaeological site in 2018 (https:// id.erfgoed.net/designation objects/113329). In response to of this, the heritage service k.Erf (now Stuifzand) organized on February 15, 2019 a guided walk for those interested on this site. On "burial mound 5" (fig. 1), Mr. Jo Lommelen (room for local history Mol) noticed the presence of a number of shards and cremation remains during this walk. These were with the root ball of a blown down tree pulled out of the burial mound, and lay scattered about this clod. The find was reported as a coincidence to the Real Estate Agency. In the morning of 16 In February 2019, a field survey was carried out, in which the root ball of the fallen tree was examined and cremation remains, pottery fragments and bulk samples of the soil from the root ball were collected. After investigation the hole in the hill created by the tree fall was filled with backfilled with soil from the rest of the root ball. There were fragments of two different urns were found. This were put back together as far as possible in the depot of the Immovable Heritage Agency in Vilvoorde. The cremation remains were examined in the framework of the CRUMBEL project (Dalle et al. 2019).

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