доступный музей

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описания, посвященные людям с нарушениями зрения

Язык знаков

описания экспонатов представлены на польском языке жестов


Glass bracelet

The fragment of a glass bracelet made by cobalt glass

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Iron javelin and spearheads

Weapon used to throw, cut, or stab in combat

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Bone comb

Two-sided comb with numerous decorations

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Floor tile

It was made of clay coated with brick-colour glazing

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Iron axe-like bar

They were very valuable, they could be used as a means of payment

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Shouldered point

Shouldered points are extremely rare type of flint tools

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Copper earring

An example of the oldest women's jewelry made of metal in the Bronze Age in Małopolska

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Javelin point

It was fashioned from a metatarsal of a large animal such as deer, elk, or aurochs

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Stone axe

It was a sign of the prestige and high position of its owner

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A bronze sword

The sword from Nieczajna is the only Tarquinia type specimen found in Poland

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A clay vessel

One of the oldest vessels made of clay in Poland and Europe

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tekst alternatywny PL

Prądnik Knife

Flat flint tools produced using multiple techniques.

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