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Pamięci III. Śladami I wojny światowej , Conference materials, ed. M. Łopata, Gorlice 2010, [12] Myga-Piątek U., Pilit J., Aspekty krajobrazowe w różnych kręgach kulturowo-religijnych [in:] Cmentarze i ogrody w krajobrazie, o sacrum, symbolice, kompozycji i przemijaniu , the work of the Cultural Landscape Commission No. 22, Sosnowiec 2013. [13] www.starecmentarze.pl (access: 04.02.2018) [14] Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure of 7 March 2008 on the requirements for cemeteries, graveyards and other burial places. [15] http://www.mogily.pl/gorlice (access

References HALAJOVÁ, D. 2006. Sepulcral greenery in contemporary landscape architecture. PhD thesis. Nitra : SUA, 2006. 159 pp. JUHÁSOVÁ, G. 2003. The results of the health and the condition status of woody plants in the cemetery in Nitra town and proposal of measures. In: Cemeteries: Proceedings of the International Symposium. Slovakia. Nitra: Association for garden design and landscaping, 2003. 75–82 pp. MACHOVEC, J. 1987. Evaluation of woody plants in urban parks. In: Environment, Bratislava: VEDA, vol. 21, no. 3, 1987, p. 134–139. SUPUKA, J. – BIHUŇOVÁ, M

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ntkowiak W., 2008, Vascular plants in the former old town evangelical cemetery in Wschowa (The Wielkopolska Region), Botanika-Steciana , 12, pp. 71-78. C zarna A., P iskorz R., 2005, Vascular flora of cemeteries in Zakopane town in the Tatry Mountains, Roczniki Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu , 373 (9), pp. 47–58. D ługozima A., 2011, Cmentarze jako ogrody żywych i umarłych , Warszawa. D ługozima A., D ymitryszyn I., W iniarska E., 2012, Wytyczne do rewaloryzacji i ochrony nieczynnych cmentarzy ewangelickich Nadleśnictwa Maskulińskie. Inwentaryzacja, analiza i

Přichystalová Organisation of funerary areas and character of burial practices at Pohansko near Břeclav (based on a comparison of the cemetery around the second church and the dispersal burial grounds in the stronghold’s southern suburb) Abstract: At the early medieval site Břeclav – Pohansko we can distinguish two different types of funerary areas: church cemeteries with clearly defined locus sacer and dispersed burial grounds in settlements, where the boundary between the living and funerary spaces is not clearly defined. The organisation of the area for funerary activities

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The paper shows the occurrences of cemetery soils and the physico-chemical features of soils in the cemeteries Słabowo and Szymonka (Great Mazurian Lakes District). Necrosols are anthropogenic soils and belong to Urbanosols. They form only in the area of cemeteries. Four soil profiles (Necrosols) were investigated in terms of morphological description and chemical properties especially phosphorus (Pt), organic carbon (OC) and nitrogen (Nt). These profiles were compared with the reference profile (Rusty soil, according to WRB 2007 Brunic Arenosol) made outside the cemetery. On the basis of research Necrosol has been defined as a soil formed by special human activity in cemeteries and burial grounds with specific soil horizon sequence, and also physical and chemical properties.

. Kraków. Kempisty A., Włodarczak P. 2000 Cemetery of the Corded Ware culture in Żerniki Górne . Światowit Supplement Series P: Prehistory and Middle Ages 5. Warsaw. Kruk J. 1973 Studia osadnicze nad neolitem wyżyn lessowych. Wrocław-Warszawa-Kraków-Gdańsk. Libera J., Sobieraj J. 2016 Topory kamienne jako identyfikatory kultury ceramiki sznurowej w środkowej i północnej części Lubelszczyzny. In: P. Jarosz, J. Libera, P. Włodarczak (Eds) Schyłek neolitu na Wyżynie Lubelskiej, 411-454. Kraków. Machnik J. 1966 Studia nad kulturą ceramiki sznurowej w Małopolsce

the Corded Ware culture. Baltic-Pontic Studies 23: 140-162. Hozer M., Machnik J., Bajda-Wesołowska A. 2017 Groby kultury ceramiki sznurowej i domniemane kultury mierzanowickiej w Szczytnej, pow. Jarosław – źródła, analizy, wnioski. In P. Jarosz, J. Machnik (Eds) Nekropolie ludności kultury ceramiki sznurowej z III tysiąclecia przed Chr. w Szczytnej na Wysoczyźnie Kańczuckiej. Via Archaeologica Ressoviensia 12, 7-130. Rzeszów. Janczewski P., Kraus P., Włodarczak P. 2018 Święte 15: cemetery of the Corded Ware culture. Baltic-Pontic Studies 23: 93-139. Jarosz P

Vegetation of the Žale Cemetery (Ljubljana)

The paper presents results of a vegetation survey of the cemetery of Ljubljana as a specific urban habitat with a high diversity of vegetation types. Seventeen different plant communities were found, mostly weed (hoe weed and garden communities), trampled and ruderal communities. This indicates frequently disturbed habitat with different microclimatic conditions than those in the surroundings.

cemeteries from the time of the early Piasts’ dynasty. Also, findings concerning the site provide a valuable background for the study on the emergence of the early medieval culture of elites. Notably, some of the artefacts unearthed at Sowinki have analogies with Scandinavian finds of the Middle and Late Viking periods. 2 Archaeological background Sowinki site no. 23A is a multicultural site. The excavations covered an area of about 1.5 ha and revealed altogether 580 features representing 7 chronological-cultural horizons, which include: a campsite dating to the Late