One of the fundamental assumptions underlying the studies in Klementowice, resumed in 2007, was to precisely establish the stratigraphic position of archaeological artefacts and to associate them with specific genetic horizons of the soil. The surface surveys conducted so far, the methods used, as well as the results of laboratory analyses allowed to create the foundation for the establishment of stratigraphy at the site. They also served as the starting point for the reconstruction of palaeoenvironment within the site and in its nearest surroundings. In both concentrations A and B the artefacts occurred in the Ap, Eet and Bt1 soil horizons and within the documented cryogenic structures.
Until recently, the chronology of the Magdalenian site in Klementowice was only based on typological data. Radiocarbon dating complemented by the dating obtained by the luminescent method allowed to determine the date of the camp to 15 000 years ago.
Klementowice, concentration B. A fragment of the N profile in trench no. 30/2011 with marked sampling points and the results of radiometric dating.
Calibrated radiocarbon date from Klementowice
Klementowice, concentration A. Distribution of the artefacts discovered during the excavations within the cryogenic structure (ice-wedge pseudomorph).
Tadeusz Wiśniewski, Barbara Niezabitowska- Wiśniewska (eds.), Klementowice - obozowisko ze schyłku epoki lodowej we wschodniej Polsce /Klementowice - A late Ice Age settlement in Eastern Poland/, Lublin 2013 /p. 7/