added by archaeologs The type site for a regional group of the earlier Bronze Age Trzciniec culture, the Lubna group is distributed in central Poland in the early 2nd millennium be. Stratified settlement sites are rare, with many sites constructed in sandy areas. One of the best-preserved cemeteries is the type site, comprising 29 tumuli over stone-built burial chambers containing inhumation burials. Bronze and gold grave goods were found, with close affinities in the Central European Bronze Age.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983