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    DNA from Early Medieval Poznań 900-1200

    Bones of Early Medeival inhabitants of Poznań (900s-1100s) were sent for anthropological and DNA tests:

    http://poznan.wyborcza.pl/poznan/7,3...Redirects=true

    Poznań was - next to Gniezno - among the most important political centers of the Early Polish Kingdom:





    Presumed borders of the oldest Piast realm (T. Jasiński, "Początki Polski w nowym świetle", 2007):

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    Oldest urban centers of Poland, cities with a history of at least 1000 years. Diocesan capitals in 1000 AD (Gniezno, Poznań, Cracow, Wrocław, Kołobrzeg) are marked with crosses. Four main garrisons of the Polish army in year 1000 AD according to Gallus Anonymus (Gniezno, Poznań, Włocławek, Giecz) marked with red. Borders of Poland at the time of the Congress of Gniezno. Based on Andrzej Buko, "Archeologia Polski Wczesnośredniowiecznej" (English edition: "The Archaeology of Early Medieval Poland"), Warsaw 2011:



    King Przemysł II, during his reign the capital city of Poland was in Poznań for the last time:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Przemysł_II


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