Slavic chronological enigmas solved: Poland's Krakow in the 1st Millennium AD

by Gunnar Heinsohn

The Archaeological Museum of Kraków (Poland) is to be commended for its chronological honesty. Though its curators do not deviate from chronological dogma, they refuse to report settlement strata that cannot be found in the city’s ground. Therefore, their exhibits for the 1st millennium AD jump from the 2nd right into the 9th century AD, with nothing to show for the 700 years in between. Yet, the prudent approach of Kraków’s historians is not only required by the scarcity of consecutive –– i.e. evolutionary ––-superimposed settlement strata for the 1-930 AD time-span. It also allows for the solution of major enigmas in Poland’s history.
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