Sour soup for the gods – discovery in a medieval hut in the Lublin province
The 10th century hut discovered by archaeologists is located near the fortified settlement Żmijowiska – a place where scientists have been popularising archaeology for several years within the framework of a thematic museum.
“It was big – measured 5 by 4 meters and was dug quite deep into the ground” – told PAP Paweł Lis from the Nadwiślańskie Museum in Kazimierz Dolny, to which the fort Żmijowiska also belongs.
Interestingly, the discovery was made unexpectedly. Archaeologists wanted to move the medieval hut reconstruction to a place where it would not be regularly flooded with groundwater.
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