Conservation works at the St Jacob The Apostle Church, Warsaw, Poland, lead to a discovery of walled up stairs leading to a crypt containing a grave.
Accidental discovery of a Prehistoric pot included numerous artefacts dating back to the Bronze Age. After the discovery amateur treasure hunters the findings to the local heritage office.
A unique bunker dating back to World War 2 has been unearthed by construction works of Szczecinek’s bypass, North-West Poland. The object’s purpose is believed to have been a water intake facility.
Archaeologist unearthed remains of stone structures that are believed to be remains of old field systems. The discovery was made within Poland’s Białowieża Forest, North-East Poland, one of the the last and largest remaining parts of primeval forests in Europe.
Archaeologists uncovered a prehistoric tomb dating back 3500 years in Garbacz, near Waśniów, South-East Poland. The tomb contained fragments of bones and a peculiar vessel with a painting resembling a wagon.
A trove of over 200 silver coins minted during 2nd century AD in the Roman Empire were discovered by an amateur at a site by the Świsłocz river, near Kuźnica, North-East Poland. It is the largest cache of coins found in the region.
An Early Medieval sword from the Byzantine Empire has been discovered by a local official from Lesko, South-East Poland, while being on a stroll with a family in the nearby woods.
Archaeologists discovered remains of Celtic pottery vessels during excavations underneath the 11th-century Romanesque rotunda of St Nicolas in Cieszyn, South Poland.
After successful last season archaeologists plan to excavate the remains of old barracks, administrative building, and the surrounding of the guardhouse no. 5 located once at the are of of the Polish Military Transit Depot at Westerplatte, Gdańsk, North Poland, the site of Polish resistance against German invasion in 1939.
Archaeologists discovered traces of the presence of the Goths, who travelled through Poland during 1st century AD. A cemetery located near Drelów, West Poland, revealed numerous burials and artefacts of the Goth people.
Archaeologists excavating the Prehistoric cemetery site in Dzielnica, South Poland, unearthed several 4000-year-old graves among which was one of a presumed elite warrior.
Remains of a Neolithic farm with a long house dating back to Early Neolithic have been unearthed by archaeologists in Stobno, North-west Poland. The site is believed to date to 4600 BC.
Archaeologists have unearthed a mass grave of German soldiers in Wodników Górny, South-West Poland. The individuals were possibly shot dead by Russian soldiers during World War 2.
Archaeologists unearthed remains of a settlement dating back to the Neolithic. The 7500-year-old structures was discovered in Łańcut, South-eastern Poland.
Researchers have unearthed the gate leading to the fortified settlement at Zyndram’s Hill in Maszkowice. The site, dating back to the 2nd millennium BC is considered the oldest site with monumental stone fortifications in the area of Poland, discovered so far.
During excavations of the remains of the town hall in Słupsk, North Poland, archaeologists unearthed the basements and foundations of a building not known from any historic plans.
Archaeologist unearthed a megalithic Neolithic tomb built 6000 years ago in Dolice, North-western Poland. Researchers state that the structure is in better shape than initially expected.
Excavations carried out prior to construction of a server room at Wawel Royal Castle in Kraków, South Poland, lead to discovery of Prehistoric artefacts, pre-dating the construction of the Polish kings’ seat.
Archaeologists excavating at the site of recently discovered Medieval settlement of Barczewko, also known as Alt Wartenburg, North Poland, discovered well preserved remains of basements, pottery vessels, and even a seal from textile imports all the way from Flanders.
Archaeologist discovered more military artefacts linked with the Battle of Kunersdorf of 1759 at the site in Kunowice, West Poland.