A cultural layer
with vessel stove tile fragments dated to the second half of the 14th-15th century was uncovered during archaeological excavations of the oldest part of Klaipeda in 1975-1976 (Zulkus 1976; 1978).
5m-deep cultural layer
on the top of Kamassi hill, excavated by van Stein Callenfels and van Heekeren, had evidently been washed downslope through cultivation and no obvious trace of it survives today.
Bernotaite) in 1959 and 1962, and a cultural layer
of the Stone Age with typical artefacts was uncovered.
The second cultural layer
consists of five phases that belong to the Middle Bronze Age and which dates from the first half of the 2nd millennium B.
We believe that social and cultural layer
of significance is even more important than its architectural significance,'' Bernstein said.
The abdication of the cultural layer
in fulfilling its middleman paradigm-building role, is traced back to the 1930's in C.
Digging down to cultural layer
and removal of masses
Our 2005 investigations at Dolni Vestonice II (DVII-05) floated virtually the entire excavated cultural layer
to extract, in contrast with Predmosti, a very large assemblage of charred macrobotanical remains.
Fragments of charred Trapa and Corylus nuts, small bones, charcoal, flint shreds and chips of magmatic rocks refer to a cultural layer
in this depth interval.
The combined radiocarbon dates (Table 1) show that the first cultural layer
(CL7) falls within the period from 41.
1), there have been no findings for exact scientific dating found and hitherto all the published dates have been based on the written sources or in individual cases (Metsallik 1982; Bernotas 2010a) also derived from the stratigraphy of cultural layer
Before systematic excavations began, the cultural layer
had been slightly disturbed by illegal digging which left 11 holes up to 0.