Archaeologists working in Muszkowice (Lower Silesia) discovered two burial mounds from the early Middle Ages. They were surprised to find that the mounds were located in the vicinity of an over 4.5 thousand years old megalithic tomb.
Rich, well-preserved graves from the Roman period, approx. 1800 years ago, have been discovered by Polish archaeologists during excavations near the legionary camp Novae (near Svishtov) in Bulgaria. This is a rare and unexpected discovery in the Balkans, the discoverers say.
According to British cryptologist Alan Turing`s nephew, because of showcasing the achievements of his relative, people are forgetting about the contribution of Polish codebreakers, without whom "it is hard to imagine that Alan Turing’s crib-checking machine would have been conceived so fast, if at all".
Nearly 2 thousand years ago, the Germanic peoples sunk weapons and valuable objects in the lake in Lubanowo, as did the Slavs in the Middle Ages. According to archaeologists, these were religious rituals. In 1945, weapons ended up at the bottom of the lake again - this time it was unexploded ordnance from the time of war.