The Magdalenian settlement is the history of human groups inhabiting the area of west and mid-eastern Europe in the period from 18.000 to 11.000 years ago.
The Magdalenian settlement was mainly present in the upland regions. The site in Klementowice is located no more than 3 km south from the edge of loess, forming a natural border of the Central European Plain. In the light of the current research it is the furthest front-end point Magdalenian settlement, in the north eastern direction. This is true not only in the area of Poland but in the whole of Europe. The Magdalenian people are commonly considered as specialised hunters. A versatile hunting system is a characteristic phenomenon of this period.
Situation of the campsite in Klementowice against the background of the spread of the Magdalenian in Europe.
Klementowice against the background of the distribution of the Magdalenian sites in Poland.