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An early Polish settlement featuring an allocated place of pagan worship, which is located near the ancient complex of Poganowo not far from the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea, was unearthed and examined archaeologically as first of its kind only recently[when?], by the scientists from the Wojciech Kętrzyński Museum in Kętrzyn. It is the only find of this type on the entire south-eastern coast of the Baltic so far. Other places of pagan cult and ritual by Slavs and Scandinavians are known from prior analysis of early inhabitation of Eastern Europe, however, these specific areas inhabited by early Polish tribes were not studied until recently. The worshiped statue discovered in Poganowo constituted one of elements of a stone circle, inside of which the little mound of loose stone was built and a hearth nearby. According to the analyses of fragments of bones, they constitute the remains of horses, deer, and much more rarely cows which were sacrificed as animals devoted to deities. 
The Polish pantheon of pagan gods existed in direct relation to many Slavic supernatural beings found among the peoples inhabiting Central and Eastern Europe as well as the Balkans, including Rus people.
The Polish pantheon
Polish supernatural beings
- Princess Wanda
- Piast the Wheelwright
- Sobiesław (Prince of Dalen)
- Princess Kunegunda
- Wars and Sawa
- Waligóra and Wyrwidąb
Polish folk magic
- (Polish) PAP - Nauka w Polsce, RELIGIE WYMARŁE - Bałtowie, Posąg kamiennej "baby" odkryli archeolodzy w Poganowie
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