Massive Roman-era site used by barbarians more than 1,800 years ago to make pottery found in Poland
To date, archaeologists have unearthed the remains of only two furnaces. But the fact is that the fieldwork was preceded by a radar survey, so archaeologists should have an easy task excavating the remaining artefacts.
It was this that showed that about 1500 years ago there was a real ceramics factory here, which consisted of at least 130 kilns. In general, an area of about five hectares was investigated using a magnetometer.
The research results showed that this ancient pottery production centre produced only vessels with characteristic thicker sprouts.
These containers were about 70 centimetres high and 50 centimetres in diameter. Scientists believe they were used for food storage.