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Doklady neželezné metalurgie ze sklonku 12. století z Brna, Josefské ulice

Evidence of non-ferrous metallurgy from the end of the 12th century, discovered in Josefská St in Brno. A pit from the 12th/13th century excavated in the area of the pre-urban agglomeration of Brno produced a collection of small crucibles, mostly made from the rims of graphite clay storage vessels. Only one potsherd comes from a specialised smelting pot, also with an admixture of graphite. As a va…