Zderzenie dwóch narracji. O południowo-zachodnich wybrzeżach Bałtyku w I w. n.e. w świetle źródeł pisanych i archeologicznych
This paper focuses on two, apparently divergent and contrasting with each other, narrations of the south-western part of the Baltic Sea coast at the beginning of the 1st century AD. The first, historical narration containing elements of the classical proto-ethnography, illustrates ways Romans used to perceive and describe this part of the European Barbaricum. The second, archaeological one, is created on the basis of material remains (especially rich graves inventories) dated to the same time, namely the period when e.g. Pliny the Elder or Publius Cornelius Tacitus wrote their most famous works.