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Danuta Michalska and Andrzej Krzyszowski

cemetery and dated to the period between 10 th /11 th century and the first half of the 11 th century. The chronologically younger phase (phase II) is situated in the south-eastern part and is dated to the period from the second half of the 11 th century up to the first half of the 12 th century. In the older area (phase I) only graves formed into a few much about parallel strings have been noted, with no characteristic row layout, which dominates the “younger” phase (phase II). An important matter was to obtain 14 C dates especially from two graves: number 148

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Jolanta Korycka-Skorupa and Tomasz Nowacki

and estimated. Type 5: One complex method → one complex form → one map The most complex case of cartographic presentation is a presentation resulting in a single methodical procedure being applied in parallel to two sets of data. As a result, one complex presentation form is obtained ( Fig. 13 ). Figure 13 Type 5: One complex method → one complex form → one map. Source: own elaboration The bivariate choropleth map presented in Fig. 14 is an example. Convinced that two sets of data can be juxtaposed, the editor of the map created this combination by