yes, I was also surprised that they have info about it in Russian since this region has rather Baltic/German heritage. It was called "baba" since in the first sight it looks like woman figure, but then.... it is a warrior.
With this, it appears we are entering in to some very old history. The following url describes very closely my early history lessons whilst growing up in Denmark and the treaty of Stralsund envolving the house of Hanse.
Karl, it always makes me good to realize that there was a culture in the area of Poland and Europe where my ancestors lived. Maybe we have common great-great grandparents.
I am glad they find more and more sites
Yes, I do understand and one never knows, perhaps we do have a common ancestor from the past. For in those early days, with the vikings and such tribes were to move about with trade and wars. For then, there was not the border lands of present day countries, just wild forest and people living in groups for their protection and survival.