Czeskie monety z X–XI wieku z cmentarzysk w miejscowościach Bodzia i Dziekanowice (Polska) / Bohemian coins of the 10–11th centuries from the cemeteries in Bodzia and Dziekanowice (Poland)
|Citace||SUCHODOLSKI, Stanisław. Czeskie monety z X–XI wieku z cmentarzysk w miejscowościach Bodzia i Dziekanowice (Polska) / Bohemian coins of the 10–11th centuries from the cemeteries in Bodzia and Dziekanowice (Poland). Numismatické listy. Praha: Národní muzeum, 2018, 73(1-2), 19-32. ISSN 0029-6074. Dostupné také z: https://publikace.nm.cz/periodicke-publikace/nl/73-1-2/czeskie-monety-z-xxi-wieku-z-cmentarzysk-w-miejscowociach-bodzia-i-dziekanowice-polska-bohemian-coins-of-the-1011th-centuries-from-the-cemeteries-in-bodzia-and-dziekanowice-poland|
The article presents the Bohemian coins discovered during the archaeological excavations at two Early Medieval cemeteries. At the location Bodzia, 58 graves dating to the 10th–11th centuries have been discovered. In 24 of them, 12 complete coins and 55 coin fragments have been found. Three of these coins were classified as Bohemian: one complete denier and one denier fragment produced under Boleslaus II and one fragment of denier struck under Boleslaus III. At the location Dziekanowice (10th–13th centuries), some 30 complete coins and 87 coin fragments have been discovered after examination of 1,665 graves. The Bohemian coins there were represented by five fragments. Some of them were too small for precise attribution. Hypothetically, they could be classified as deniers produced under Vladivoj I, Jaromír I, Břetislaus I, Spytihněv II and Vratislaus II. In Poland, 3,840 Bohemian and Moravian coins of the 10th–11th centuries have been registered in total, which represents only 1.5 % of all Early Medieval coins found in the Polish territory.