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    I created a business card for archaeologist. I used results of archaeological excavations made on early bronze age site in Pietrowice Wielkie, Po… Read More
    I created a business card for archaeologist. I used results of archaeological excavations made on early bronze age site in Pietrowice Wielkie, Poland. This circular shapes were designed on the base of geomagnetic prospection that have shown the course of the ditches and gates. Then a sign was cut by laser method. Read Less
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I created a business card for archaeologist.
I used results of archaeological excavations made on early bronze age site in Pietrowice Wielkie, Poland.
This circular shapes were designed on the base of geomagnetic prospection that have shown the course of the ditches and gates.
Then a sign was cut by laser method. 
 
Paper: Keaykolour Original 300 g
Colour: Sombre Grey, Seal
Keaykolour Original is a collection of rich, intense and contemporary colours, all made using 30% post-consumer recycled pulp.
Print: HP Indigo 5600
Method: Laser cut
 
Early Bronze Enclosure 
 
The impressive and enigmatic enclosure at Pietrowice Wielkie was identified in 2011 in satellite images. A geomagnetic prospection conducted subsequently revealed its extent and layout. The circular double ditch system was at first interpreted as a Neolithic rondelle site, however fieldwork carried out in 2012 established its Early Bronze Age chronology.
 
The site is located in Silesia (south‐western Poland), at the foreground of the Moravian Gate, which has been one of the most convenient communication arteries connecting northern and southern Europe since the Palaeolithic. The region is well‐known for its elaboration of the prehistoric cultural landscape. The enclosure is situated on an exposed promontory in the confluence of the Troja and Cyna (Psina) rivers. 
 
During research conducted in 2012 the stratification of both ditches was investigated. Selected storage pits located in the area between the ditches were also studied. Animal bone deposits (e.g. deer and dog) consisting of whole skeletons and large body fragments were discovered at their bottoms, what may suggest a ritual context of their deposition.
 
The objective of the project is to explore the character of the enclosure – its chronology, function and spatial organization as well as its role
in the local settlement network and possible interregional significance.