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The glass bead was accidently discovered during the surface research conducted in 1997 in the town of Dziewięcioły (District of Miechów, the Małopolska Province). It was made of yellow opaque glass...

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The glass bead was accidently discovered during the surface research conducted in 1997 in the town of Dziewięcioły (District of Miechów, the Małopolska Province). It was made of yellow opaque glass, into which four eight-like motifs of blue and white glass in the concentric or spiral arrangement were blended. Glass products of this type are characteristic of the Celts (the Gauls), who settled in the area around Kraków in the first centuries BC. The antique object was imported. The closest workshops producing bracelets and glass beads were located in Celtic oppida in Moravia (Staré Hradisko) and Bohemia (Stradonice).

Elaborated by Małgorzata Wawer (Archaeological Museum in Kraków), © all rights reserved

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