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This front matter section of the book The Archaeology of Early Medieval Poland contains table of contents, introduction about the book and list of figures that occur in the chapters. The book sheds light on the origin and development of the cultural processes and phenomena taking place in the region over a period of seven hundred years. The key themes include the origins of Early Medieval settlement in Polish territory. The question of the settling eastern and central Europe by the Slavs has been the subject of a number of controversies; the material evidence for these people is slight and unclear in its interpretation. An important topic of reflection in the book concerns the time when the first proto-state structures were formed. One of the key issues is to establish when the tribal elites appeared and what part they played in organizing the local communities.

Keywords:Archaeology; Early Medieval Poland

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