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archaeological excavation of the defunct medieval village Sloupek
Czech Republic

The fifth season of archaeological excavation of the defunct medieval village Sloupek. The village was deserted in the 15th century and its speciality rests in the presence of furnaces in the intravillan (unknown purpose, maybe it is related with the processing of iron ore, that used to be mined nearly).

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Joseph Svejnoha
archaeological excavation of the defunct medieval village Sloupek
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