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Chair of Bronze Age Archaeology

The Department conducts research into the Bronze Age and early Iron Age in Europe. Its staff carries out studies in the following fields:

  • Chronology and periodization of the Bronze Age and early Iron Age
  • Early and older Bronze Age in Poland
  • Great cemeteries of Urnfield culture
  • Settlement processes and structures in the Carpathians
  • Settlements and dynamics of cultural changes in the northern foreland of the Moravian Gate
  • Bronze Age and early Iron Age settlement structures in West Małopolska
  • Bronze relics and the cultural activity of Bronze Age and early Iron Age communities
  • Bronze Age and early Iron Age settlements in South Poland
  • Cultural links between the basins of Vistula and Oder rivers and the Carpathian Basin
  • East European nomads (Cimmerians, Scythians) and their pressure on settled communities in Central Europe
  • Nomads of the Great Steppe: the history and culture
  • Cultural change processes during the Subatlantic climate shift
  • Economy and construction in the Bronze Age and early Iron Age communities in Poland
  • Origins and expansion of cremation in Central and South-East Europe

Struktura organizacyjna
Samodzielny pracownik naukowy, profesor zwyczajny Prof. dr hab. Jan Chochorowski
Profesor Dr hab. Marcin Przybyła, Prof. UJ
Adiunkt Dr Anna Gawlik
Asystent Dr Łukasz Oleszczak
Asystent Mgr Karol Dzięgielewski
Asystent Mgr Michał Mazur
Contact Information

Address: Gołębia 11, 31-007 Kraków

Phone: 12 663 12 80

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