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dc.contributor.authorLewis, Carenza
dc.contributor.authorVařeka, Pavel
dc.contributor.authorLonden, van Hellen
dc.contributor.authorVerspay, Johan
dc.contributor.authorMarciniak, Arkadiusz
dc.contributor.authorKajda, Kornelia
dc.contributor.authorKobiałka, Dawid
dc.identifier.citationLEWIS, C. VAŘEKA, P. LONDEN, VH. VERSPAY, J. MARCINIAK, A. KAJDA, K. KOBIAŁKA, D. Test Pit Excavation Within Currently Occupied Rural Settlements in the Czech Republic, Netherlands, Poland and UK – Results of the CARE Project 2020. Medieval Settlement Research, 2021, roč. 36, č. neuveden, s. 81-91. ISSN: 2046-5211cs
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dc.publisherMedieval Settlement Research Groupen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesMedieval Settlement Researchcs
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dc.titleTest Pit Excavation Within Currently Occupied Rural Settlements in the Czech Republic, Netherlands, Poland and UK – Results of the CARE Project 2020en
dc.description.abstract-translatedThe CARE project, ‘Community Archaeology in Rural Environments Meeting Societal Challenges’ (CARE- MSoC), is a four-nation research project carrying out archaeological test pit excavations within currently inhabited rural settlements of known or suspected medieval date. The project combines a number of social and archaeological aims, one of which is to investigate the potential of test pit excavation within inhabited settlements to advance knowledge and understanding of the past development of rural settlements in the four participating countries: the Czech Republic, Netherlands, Poland and the UK. This technique has been effectively used in the UK to investigate medieval rural settlement development but rarely elsewhere.12345 The aims and methods used for the CARE excavations have been detailed elsewhere and will not be repeated here. Fieldwork on the CARE project started in 2019 when 61 test pits were excavated in eight rural settlements in these four countries, the archaeological results of which were summarised in this journal last year. This paper reports on progress in 2020, when fieldwork on the project was severely disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.en
dc.subject.translatedpit excavationen
dc.subject.translatedrural settlemet. Czch republicen
dc.subject.translatedCARE Projecten
dc.project.ID8F18004/CARE-MSOC - Community Archaeology in Rural Environments - Meeting Societal Challengescs
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