Marek Chlodnicki, Krzysztof M. Cialowicz
The present campaign, financed by Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poznan Prehistoric
Society, Poznan Archaeological Museum, Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of
Warsaw University and the State Committee for Scientific Research (KBN), lasted from
March 10 to June 22.1
Work continued in areas opened in 2003 on the Western and Central koms. The trenches
investigated on the Eastern Kom in earlier seasons were now continued and extended.
Post-processing studies, dealing with the pottery, flint and other stone tools, as well as the
human, animal and plant remains, ivere also carried out on site.
1 The team, headed by Marek Chlodnicki and Krzysztof M. Ciafowicz, included: Mr. Krzysztof Cichowski, Ms Joanna
Dgbowska, Ms Monika Gazdzik, Ms Eliza Jaroni, Mr. Maciej Jordeczka, Mr. Ryszard Kirkowski, Mr. Piotr Ko-
todziejczyk, Ms Ewa Kuciewicz archaeologists; Dr. Mariusz Jucha, Ms Agnieszka M^czynska, ceramologists; Ms Maria
Ablamowicz, Mr. Daniel Makowiecki, archaeozoologists; Mrs. Lucyna Kubiak-Martens, paleobotanist; Prof. Dr, Maciej
Pawlikowski, Mr. Michal Wasilewski, geologists; Prof. Dr. Maria Kaczmarek, Ms Magdalena Skrzypczak, anthro-
pologists; Mr. Robert Slabonski, Mr. Krzysztof Kowalski, photographers; Mr. Pawel Holda, Ms Anna Longa,
Mr. Michal Rozwadowski, Ms Katarzyna Bodziony, Ms Anna Biel, Mr. Jacek Czuszkiewicz, Mr. Michal Kurzyk,
Mr. Grzegorz Pryc, Mr. Dawid Switch, students. The Supreme Council of Antiquities was represented by Mr. Yosry
El Sayed Ahmed Kotb, Mr. Mustafa Ahmed Salem and Mr. Saad Elseid Mansur from Mansura Inspectorate.