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"The grant that we have managed to win is not invasive. "In addition to the archaeological reasons, terrain is important, which is why we intend to meet with residents Garbów, with young people, and ask them if they have ever found anything, if a mound or a hill was flattened in the past" - said the director.At the turn of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, motte-and-bailey castle was a popular form of residences of nobles, traces of which still remain in many places in the former province of Sandomierz.Due to his victories in numerous tournaments and heroism on the battlefield he was regarded as a model of knightly virtue.

One of the well-preserved objects of this type is located in Włoszczowa in the western part of Świętokrzyskie.

Regular, five meters high mound clearly stands out against the flat fields and meadows.

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These include aerial photos, processing of which enables accurate analysis of the morphology of the terrain to determine the configuration of the landscape.

"In places of interest we will carry out physical tests using electrical resistivity equipment, similar to those used in the search for the gold train in Lower Silesia" - he explained. He noted that contrary to popular belief, changes in the landscape are not only characteristic of the industrial era, as the landscape is affected by the agricultural activity.On top probably once was a defensive residential tower.Any information from residents, based, for example, on family stories, that somewhere in Garbów was a hill or "mound", could guide the archaeologists to the place where once stood the house of Zawisza Czarny; assuming that it was a motte-and-bailey castle, which is not certain. I mention this because it is the second person in the history of Poland, who lived there.Stary Garbów and Nowy Garbów, small neighbouring villages are located less than 15 km north of Sandomierz, in the commune of Dwikozy (Świętokrzyskie).They do not stand out among the local towns surrounded by a checkerboard of fields and orchards. Scientists have confirmed beyond any doubt that from "this" Garbów hailed the most famous Polish knight Zawisza Czarny (c."We know that he was born there and he was proud of his roots. Was it similar to other mansions of wealthy families? This Garbów" - and that is where the knowledge of historians, regionalists, experts ends.